Organizations under the GitHub Enterprise plan can now view dependency insights. This feature allows organization members to browse all the software dependencies in use across a single organization, or multiple…
We’re sharing new and exciting releases from world-changing technologies to weekend side projects in the April 2019 edition of Release Radar.
Today, Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, and GitLab are issuing a joint blog post in a coordinated effort to help educate and inform users of the three platforms on secure best practices relating to the recent Git ransomware incident. Though there is no evidence Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, or GitLab products were compromised in any way, we believe it’s important to help the software development community better understand and collectively take steps to protect against this threat.
We’re excited to announce a new way for teams to manage GitHub at scale. Later this month, you’ll be able to sync groups across Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) and GitHub teams.
We’re sharing new and exciting releases from world-changing technologies to weekend side projects in the March 2019 edition of Release Radar.
See who you'll hear from and what they'll cover at GitHub Satellite 2019 in Berlin May 22-23.
We’re spending Women’s History Month with women leaders who are making history every day in the tech community. Read more about Erin Spiceland: Software Engineer at SpaceX.
We’re spending Women’s History Month with women leaders who are making history every day in the tech community. Read more about Heidy Khlaaf: research consultant at Adelard LLP.
Due to the critical nature of the vulnerabilities identified in Rails, we strongly urge customers immediately upgrade their GitHub Enterprise Server appliance to the latest patch release in their series, GitHub Enterprise Server 2.13.22, 2.14.16, 2.15.9, 2.16.4, or greater.
GitHub.com and supporting services are not vulnerable. Patches and mitigations were applied as necessary ahead of the public vulnerability disclosure.
Read about some big changes for the coming year: full legal protection for researchers, more GitHub properties eligible for rewards, and increased reward amounts.
The following is a guest post written by Dependabot's co-founder, @greystiel. Modern software often relies on hundreds of open source components, all of which need to be kept secure. Staying on top…
In our latest policy predictions for 2019, we explore five trends that might profoundly affect the environment in which developers build and ship software for years to come.
We're excited to share GitHub’s 2018 Transparency Report, a by-the-numbers look at how we handle requests for user data and moderate content on GitHub.
From collaborative code review to data-powered security, GitHub is where teams of all sizes come to build and ship their best products. With our recent announcement of a unified GitHub…
A roundup of our favorite 2018 ships for collaboration, business, platform, security, and learning.
GitHub has achieved SOC 2 Type 1 and SOC 1 Type 1 compliance for GitHub Business Cloud.
At the Paris Peace Forum and the Internet Governance Forum, governments, companies, and civil society made commitments to building an internet of trust. Developers are central to making these commitments a reality.
Take a closer look into why—and where—top programming languages are popular.
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.