In practice, shifting left has been more about shifting the burden rather than the ability. But AI is bringing its promise closer to reality. Here’s how.
As we look to empower developers with AI tools, we inadvertently integrate AI deeper into the way developers work. How do developers feel about that? And what are the most impactful ways to introduce more AI into workflows? We recently conducted 25 in-depth interviews with developers to understand exactly that.
Developers care about security, but poorly integrated tools and other factors can cause frustration. Here are five best practices to reduce friction.
Learn how we’re experimenting with generative AI models to extend GitHub Copilot across the developer lifecycle.
Discover new AI-powered features and tools to help developers stay in the flow and organizations innovate at scale.
GitHub is announcing general availability of GitHub Copilot Chat and previews of the new GitHub Copilot Enterprise offering, new AI-powered security features, and the GitHub Copilot Partner Program.
In this year’s Octoverse report, we study how open source activity around AI, the cloud, and Git are changing the developer experience.
Learn about how GitHub Advanced Security’s new AI-powered features can help you secure your code more efficiently than ever.
Explore how LLMs generate text, why they sometimes hallucinate information, and the ethical implications surrounding their incredible capabilities.
From starting at GitHub over 10 years ago as a developer to becoming the Chief Operating Officer, I’ve learned that developers are often bellwethers for change across the rest of their organizations. That makes investing in—and learning from—them critical.
GitHub Copilot Chat can help you learn about accessibility and improve the accessibility of your code. In this blog, we share a sample foundational prompt that instructs GitHub Copilot Chat to become your personal AI assistant for accessibility.
Open source generative AI projects are a great way to build new AI-powered features and apps.
GitHub Copilot Chat can help developers create prototypes, understand code, make UI changes, troubleshoot errors, make code more accessible, and generate unit tests.
The team behind GitHub Copilot shares its lessons for building an LLM app that delivers value to both individuals and enterprise users at scale.