Students crave hands-on experience, and companies look for developers who can contribute to existing projects. As the home to the world’s largest community of developers, we have the great responsibility to empower young developers and
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This is a partner post by Leonid Belkind, the Co-Founder and CTO at StackPulse Over the past decade, engineering-led practices have replaced traditional IT operations across the software development lifecycle. This has allowed developers to
At GitHub, our community is at the heart of everything we do. We want to make it easier to build the things you love, with the tools you prefer to use—which is why we’re committed
We detail the great momentum we’ve had with our partners at GitHub this past year, building a healthy ecosystem aimed at making our users more productive.
This is a guest post by Jimmy Whitaker, senior data science evangelist at Pachyderm In the last few years, DevOps has begun to shift—from a culture of continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) best practices
Last week we launched code scanning out of beta and have since announced integrations with static analysis and developer security training solutions. By expanding our GitHub security ecosystem, developers can use their tools of choice
Last week, we launched code scanning for all open source and enterprise developers, and we promised we’d share more on our extensibility capabilities and the GitHub security ecosystem. Today, we’re happy to introduce 10 new
This is a guest post by Rahul Chhabria, Director of Product Marketing at Sentry. At Sentry, we believe that code is the center of every experience and when code works, customers are happy. For consumers
GitHub’s Professional Services Engineering team has decided to open source another project: Rally + GitHub. You may have seen our most recent open source project, Super Linter. Well, the team has done it again, this time to
Learn about patterns for configuring and maintaining GitHub Actions self-hosted runners on Google Cloud.