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Global Campus Learning Paths

Introducing Learning Paths on Global Campus, your first steps to building the skills to make the most out of your time using GitHub.
Starting today students will have access to two Learning Paths on Global Campus, "Getting Started with GitHub" and "GitHub Deep Dive". The path recommended to you is based on your GitHub activity, and can be found at the top of Global Campus in the onboarding module. These Learning Paths contain Experiences that will teach you how to leverage the many tools available on GitHub.

Student onboarding learning paths

Earlier this year, we announced the roll out of enterprise accounts to all GitHub Enterprise customers. Enterprise accounts enable enterprise customers to manage and scale their users and Organizations through one administrative portal.

As part of this transition, customers upgrading from a Free or Teams plan Organization to the Enterprise plan now have an enterprise account.

If you are currently on GitHub Enterprise with a single organziation, a free upgrade flow will soon be available on your Organization's Billing settings page, for you to transition into an enterprise account. Stay tuned for the announcement on when that is live.

To learn more, read our documentation about enterprise accounts or about upgrading your account's plan.

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In addition to scanning push and pull requests, code scanning default setup now also analyzes repositories on a weekly schedule. This ensures that a scan with the most recent version of CodeQL is run regularly on your code, better protecting both active and inactive repositories. This allows users to always benefit from CodeQL engine and query improvements which are continuously released, and which could uncover new potential vulnerabilities.

When setting up code scanning, the fixed time for the weekly scan is randomly chosen. The scan will take place at the same time every week, and the schedule is displayed after the setup is completed, so you can easily see when the next scheduled analysis will occur. The scheduled analysis will be automatically disabled if a repository has seen no activity for 6 months. Opening a PR or pushing to the repo will re-enable the scheduled analysis.

Screenshot that shows the weekly scheduled scan

This has shipped to and will be released with GitHub Enterprise Server 3.11.

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