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Your guide to DevOps automation and CI/CD at GitHub InFocus

Last week we kicked off GitHub InFocus, a global virtual series just for software teams. We discussed the importance of developer experience and innersource—and how key collaboration really is. Next up: DevOps. We checked in

The little bug that couldn’t: Securing OpenSSL

Software security doesn’t end at the boundaries of your own code. The moment a library dependency is introduced, you’re adopting other people’s code and any bugs that come with it. Code review and good software

2020 Transparency Report

At GitHub, we put developers first, and we work hard to provide a safe, open, and inclusive platform for code collaboration. This means we are committed to minimizing the disruption of software projects, protecting developer

Hello from GitHub’s new Chief Security Officer

The world runs on software, and a large portion of it, especially the open source software that’s part of everything we experience, is built by millions of developers on GitHub every day. GitHub is heavily

Black History Month Spotlight: Honoring Black creators, activists, and community builders

February is Black History Month in the US and Canada, a month when we celebrate our amazing Black/African American heritage and what it represents in our society, our work, and in history. To honor the

Let’s talk about tech internships

Are you a student developer looking to land an internship? We’ve got answers! We recently sat down with Co.Lab Co-founder Helen Huang on GitHub Campus TV to find out how to secure an internship and

Dr. Bernice King on how technology can transform the Black economy

As technology transforms the global economy, Dr. Bernice King, the CEO of the King Center for Nonviolent Social Change, is striving to make sure these new economic opportunities are available to everyone—including the Black community.

Open source in the 5G stack

Developers know the value of openness, and increasingly policymakers are taking note. Open source and open standards approaches offer promising solutions to mounting policy problems related to digital sovereignty. One such area where open approaches

Your guide to Developer Experience Week at GitHub InFocus

This year we hosted our first all-virtual GitHub Universe—and you tuned in to join us from 174 regions around the world! We knew there was even more to cover, so we’re trying something new: GitHub

MLH Fellowship, powered by GitHub, welcomes American Express and Adobe to the Summer 2021 Program

Students crave hands-on experience, and companies look for developers who can contribute to existing projects. As the home to the world’s largest community of developers, we have the great responsibility to empower young developers and