In this year’s Octoverse report, we study how open source activity around AI, the cloud, and Git are changing the developer experience.
What’s the state of open source and how has it changed over the last decade? GitHub’s VP of Developer Relations, Martin Woodward, tackles that question and more in a 2022 keynote.
Here's how nonprofits and the social sector are using open source to drive social good.
In 2022, governments and the policy community spent a lot of time thinking about open source. Here's what that means and why it matters.
By our estimation at GitHub, over 30% of Fortune 100 companies have now implemented OSPOs. Here's what that means for open source.
We think a lot about a high-profile supply chain attack that might cause developers, teams, and organizations to lose trust in open source. That’s why we’re investing in new ways to protect the open source ecosystem.
We know that companies benefit from open source. That's why we’re making it easier for companies to financially support projects.
Read about the six key themes, and tips for each, that ensure sustainable and healthy open source communities.
Tips from our developer advocates on how and why to find a mentor.
Table of contents Executive summary Key findings Key takeaways for developers and software teams About the study What we found Interruptions and meetings have a large influence on our days…
Octoverse spotlight: An analysis of developer productivity, work cadence, and collaboration in the early days of COVID-19
Following the 2019 Octoverse report, this latest article provides trends and insights into developer activity on GitHub in the early days of COVID-19.