A list of open source releases that caught our attention last month.
A roundup of our favorite 2018 ships for collaboration, business, platform, security, and learning.
As the year comes to a close, we're sharing our final Octoverse report of 2018 to look back and highlight some of your most active, new open source projects of the year.
Jeremy Howard, Co-Founder of Fast.AI, will discuss his thoughts on the future of deep learning, machine learning and artificial intelligence in a fireside chat hosted by GitHub’s head of Platform, Sam Lambert.
Join us at AWS re:Invent from November 26-30 to learn more about how GitHub and AWS work together.
Join us in celebrating Code.gov's second birthday and learn more about open source government projects on GitHub.
When you're creating a new issue, Related Issues searches across all issues in your repository to help you avoid opening a duplicate issue.
Since releasing the ability to suggest changes to code in a pull request, we've received lots of positive feedback—see what we've learned!
We're unveiling the 2018 theme for Game Off, our annual month-long game jam (hackathon for building games). Continue reading to learn more.
Make managing your projects easy with automation
Atom 1.32 provides improved syntax highlighting and code folding by parsing your code while you type it.
With the Microsoft acquisition of GitHub complete, Nat Friedman joins as CEO.
Read about our open source and copyright event in Brussels–plus the latest on the EU copyright negotiations.
We've extended GitHub Token Scanning to include tokens from cloud service providers and additional credentials.
Launch report: Everything we released at GitHub Universe
Unify the GitHub experience across deployment types, bring the power of the open source community to developers at work, and more, with our latest Enterprise release.
Security vulnerability in Git v2.19.0 and older
New integration enables software teams to connect their code on GitHub.com to their projects on Jira Software Cloud
How did Abi grow Pull Reminders from an idea into a profitable business on the GitHub Marketplace?
We hope you’ll join us in supporting this socially impactful work by contributing to some of these projects
New tools added to the GitHub Student Developer Pack will make your projects ship faster, shine with robust features, and help you stand out from the crowd.