Launch report: Everything we released at GitHub Universe
How much can the GitHub community accomplish in a year? 1.1 billion contributions and so much more in The State of the Octoverse 2018.
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.
Our latest Enterprise 2.15 release unifies the GitHub experience across deployment types and brings the open source community to developers at work. This Enterprise release introduces GitHub Connect—a new way…
Sentry explains why they moved to GitHub Apps and how they did it
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
On August 15th GitHub celebrated a major milestone: our main application is now running on the latest version of Rails: 5.2.1! 🎉 In total the project took a year and…
Code Climate shares their experience and what they learned building with GitHub Apps.
We've launched a collection of demonstrations highlighting our most exciting research projects—and the ideas behind them.
A look at the new features in recent Git releases.
Everything shipped on the GitHub platform in the month of July.
If you are using a known-compromised password found in the HaveIBeenPwned.com database, you will be prompted to change your password after login or any other time you provide GitHub your…
Featuring a handful of homebrew NES games, opportunities to get into game development, and more!
Our latest release connects Enterprise customers to the open source community for the first time—and gives teams lots of tools to get more work done.
Our GitHub Editor Tools team is always working to build the best experience—and to do that, want to hear from the people using them every day.
A list of open source releases that caught our attention last month.
How GitHub integrates human rights in its policy work.
A summary of content removals and and user information disclosures in 2017
Where you can track feature changes for GitHub.com, GitHub APIs, and GitHub Enterprise.