Dependency review allows you to easily understand your dependencies before you introduce them to your environment. As part of a pull request, you can see what dependencies you’re introducing, changing, or removing, and information about their vulnerabilities, age, usage, and license.
Git has a reputation for being confusing. Users stumble over terminology and phrasing that misguides their expectations. This is most apparent in commands that “rewrite history” such as git cherry-pick or git rebase. In my experience, the root cause of this
In July, we announced our intent to require the use of token-based authentication (for example, a personal access, OAuth, or GitHub App installation token) for all authenticated Git operations. Beginning August 13, 2021, we will
GitHub is on a mission to accelerate human progress through developer collaboration. We do that by empowering our own employees to use their creativity to learn, play, and build great things. We believe that employers
In 2021, the GitHub Campus Experts Program will be celebrating its fifth anniversary. The program has grown from a small group of handpicked students in 2016 to what it is now a group that spans