We want to thank everyone who participated in the GitHub Actions Hackathon. We had hundreds of submissions, so here’s our top picks.
Check out Lee Reilly’s top ten tips and tricks to help you hack your GitHub experience. You won’t believe tip number eight!
There are lots of hidden secrets, keyboard shortcuts, hacks, and more that can make you and your team’s GitHub experience more productive, personal, and entertaining. Here are some Protips that Vitor Monteiro, GitHub Strategic Architect, has picked up along the way that might be useful to you.
In-depth analysis of February service disruptions that impacted GitHub services.
Learn more about the Bug Bounty program, including a recap of 2019’s bugs, our expanded scope, new features, and more.
GitHub Desktop 2.4 gets you set up to work behind a proxy without having to configure anything manually, allows you to easily create an issue, and brings dark theme out of beta.
With easier organization and increased scalability, repository admins can more efficiently control access management to get users the permissions they need.
Learn more about how we found ways to scale our vulnerability hunting efforts and empower others to do the same. In this post, we’ll take a deep-dive in the remediation of a security vulnerability with CERT.