!(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195462/74d669fc-d767-11e5-82a1-c9e34b330f50.png) The 2008 Rails Rumble is set to start tonight at midnight and we'll be sponsoring the competition in two ways. First, we're providing free private repositories for each of…
Into Grails? Check out GrailsCrowd - the new Grails community site. Hosted right here on GitHub, they've already got over 750 registered members. Nice works guys. !(https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/391331/13195343/699cc322-d764-11e5-9a6a-2768d5110d4e.png)
Installing a Rails plugin from GitHub is now as simple as: ./script/plugin install git://github.com/pjhyett/auto_migrations.git Sweet! Thanks to all involved for making it happen, the changeset is here. Now, to figure…
Design can have a significant impact on delivering accessible experiences to our users. It takes a cultural shift, dedicated experts, and permission to make progress over perfection in order to build momentum. We’ve got a long way to go, but we’re starting to see a real shift in our journey to make GitHub a true home for all developers.
Consider the typical software development practices in an organization. Projects are commonly closed, and causes friction across engineering teams. But open source communities work asynchronously, openly, remotely and at global-scale. What if our internal teams could reuse those same practices?
Many of us are aware of the benefits that a strong focus on automation can bring, particularly in our development workflow and DevOps lifecycle. But silos across businesses can lead to duplication of effort, and potential to lose out on best practices. In this post, we’ll explore how CI/CD can be shared across your entire organization alongside policies, for a well-governed experience with GitHub Actions.
Unlock the full potential of GitHub Codespaces with these 10 tips and tricks! From generating AI images to running self-guided coding workshops, discover how to optimize your software development workflow with this powerful tool.
When you’re new to coding, it’s easy to get stuck completing endless tutorials. You can apply what you’ve learned (and learn even more) through GitHub Codespaces. The best part is you don’t need a powerful computer to get started.