GitHub Automated Security Fixes

Through the integration of Dependabot, we’ve released automated security fixes as a public beta. Automated security fixes are pull requests generated by GitHub to fix security vulnerabilities. They automate a tedious part of the workflow | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 days ago

Build like an open source community with GitHub Enterprise

To make it easier for businesses to securely embrace open source and keep up with the best technology has to offer, we’re launching several improvements to GitHub Enterprise. These new features will support businesses as they work toward their goals, encourage open collaboration, … | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 days ago

New ways to keep your code secure

It’s more important than ever that every developer becomes a security developer—that they responsibly disclose vulnerabilities and patch vulnerable code quickly. Today, we’re excited to announce several new security features designed to make it easier for developers to secure the … | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 days ago

Announcing GitHub Sponsors: a new way to contribute to open source

We’re thrilled to announce the beta of GitHub Sponsors, a new way to financially support the developers who build the open source software you use every day. Open source developers build tools for the rest of us. GitHub Sponsors is a new tool to help them succeed, too. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 days ago

Building an interconnected community, together.

Today, we joined hundreds of developers in Berlin for GitHub Satellite, our global developer conference. To celebrate our interconnected community, we launched GitHub Sponsors to help support open source maintainers and contributors, released new security features to enable more … | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 days ago

Release Radar · April 2019

We’re sharing new and exciting releases from world-changing technologies to weekend side projects in the April 2019 edition of Release Radar. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 4 days ago

XPRIZE awards $15M for open source, scalable education software

The XPRIZE Foundation challenged teams to develop open source software to help children learn basic reading, writing, and arithmetic—learn more about the challenge and who won. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 9 days ago

GitHub now sends gist notifications

You can now receive notifications for new conversations occurring on gists. Similar to issues and pull requests, you can opt out of these notifications at any time. Learn more about gist notifications | Continue reading


@github.blog | 10 days ago

Git Ransom Campaign Incident Report–Atlassian Bitbucket, GitHub, Gitlab

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. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 11 days ago

GitHub Package Registry

With GitHub Package Registry your packages are at home with their code—sign up for the limited beta to try it out. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 15 days ago

Using issues to give feedback to students

Learn how teachers can help students use issues and pull requests. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 19 days ago

Team Synchronization Across GitHub and Azure Active Directory

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. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 19 days ago

Create your own course on GitHub Learning Lab

Share what you know—public course authoring is now available on GitHub Learning Lab. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 24 days ago

GitHub: Deprecating the Network Graph

We are deprecating the network graph from the repository’s Insights graphs. All visits to this page will be redirected to the forks page instead, showing all the forks in your network. Learn more about repository | Continue reading


@github.blog | 24 days ago

Apache Software Foundation joins GitHub open source community

We’re excited to welcome the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) to GitHub. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 26 days ago

Game On—what was it like to make games during the 80s?

Join us for a chat with Kevin Savetz and Steve Meretzky about developing video games for Infocom in the 1980s. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Why you need to be at GitHub Satellite in a month

See why past attendees are returning to Satellite this year in Berlin on May 23—and how you can join them. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Applications for GitHub Satellite scholarships tickets are now open

Apply for a free ticket to GitHub Satellite as part of our Scholarship Program. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Join us at Maintainerati Berlin

Maintainers: Join us at Maintainerati Berlin on May 24 to gather, present, and discuss the challenges of being an open source maintainer. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

GitHub shares lessons learned from EU Copyright Directive at US DMCA roundtable

Find out what we shared at the US Copyright Office based on our experience with the EU Copyright Directive. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Custom Open Graph Images for repositories

Today, we're introducing Custom Open Graph Images to all repositories on GitHub.com. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Release Radar · March 2019

We’re sharing new and exciting releases from world-changing technologies to weekend side projects in the March 2019 edition of Release Radar. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Easily review comments in Atom

For quick and easy access, you can now view comments from review in Atom from a dock next to the editor. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Save setup time with GitHub Classroom and Probot

Use Probot with GitHub Apps to save time in the classroom by automating tasks. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Make your next hackathon a success with MLH and GitHub

Major League Hacking (MLH) and GitHub have created resources for Hackathons to help developers get their applications up and running quicker: the Flask Hackathon Starter and the Node.js Hackathon Starter. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 1 month ago

Leader spotlight: Heidy Khlaaf

We’re spending Women’s History Month with women leaders who are making history every day in the tech community. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Leader spotlight: Kathy Pham

We’re spending Women’s History Month with women leaders who are making history every day in the tech community. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

GitHub Education: student-tested, peer-reviewed, and now published by the Association of Computing Machinery

Using GitHub in the classroom leads to learning outcomes like preparation for the future and feeling part of a developer community. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Our contribution to the United Nations report on free assembly and association online

Read about how collaboration on GitHub connects to free assembly and association online as part of our input to the United Nations Human Rights Council. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

GitHub’s site policy updates are ready for your feedback

We’re updating our Privacy Statement, Subprocessors and Cookies Policy, Terms of Service, and Corporate Terms of Service—and the changes are ready for your feedback. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Leader spotlight: Rachel White

We’re spending Women’s History Month with female-identifying leaders who are making history every day in the tech community. Read more about Rachel White: technologist, artist, pretend-cyborg, and currently the Developer Experience Lead at American Express. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

International Conference on Game Jams 2019

Sunday, March 17 2019 at GitHub HQ | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Save time with these tips, tricks, and scripts from SIGCSE 2019

This year’s Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE) featured two sessions that will save you countless hours of marking and administrative friction: near-total automation and CS50’s tools helping students with their programs. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Leader spotlight: Laura Frank Tacho

We’re spending Women’s History Month with female-identifying leaders who are making history every day in the tech community. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Godot GDC Meetup 2019

Thursday, March 21 2019, from 6:30pm to 9:30pm at GitHub HQ | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

GitHub GDC Party 2019

Tuesday, March 19 2019, from 7pm to midnight at GitHub HQ | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Vulcanizer: a library for operating Elasticsearch

Vulcanizer is a Go library for interacting with an Elasticsearch cluster. ts goal is to provide a high-level API to help with common tasks. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Student Developer Pack: a student’s runway to American Airlines

Spencer Kaiser, Principal Architect of Emerging Technology at American Airlines, shares his experience with the Student Developer Pack. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Join GitHub for the Tampa Bay Craftwork on March 25

Join us at Craftwork to learn how to use both the GitHub API to build better developer workflows. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Release Radar · February 2019

Welcome to the February 2019 edition of Release Radar, where we share new and exciting releases—from world-changing technologies to weekend side projects. Most importantly, they’re all projects shipped by you. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 2 months ago

Highlights from Git 2.21

A look at some of the new features in recent Git releases. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

Maintainer spotlight: Courtney Wilburn

In the month of February, we’re featuring Black maintainers that push open source software forward. Courtney‘s journey began in her hometown of Memphis, Tennessee, by hacking on personal computers and lurking on Prince message boards. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

Five years of the GitHub Bug Bounty program

Read about some big changes for the coming year: full legal protection for researchers, more GitHub properties eligible for rewards, and increased reward amounts. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

Join us for Patchwork Austin

Patchwork is headed to Austin! This event is open to newcomers to GitHub and mentors who want to help others learn. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

Maintainer spotlight: William Shepherd

In the spirit of Black History Month, throughout February we’re featuring Black maintainers who are making impactful contributions to the world through open source. William is the maintainer of GitHub Desktop, a project designed to | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

Mission report: Git Merge 2019

Here’s a summary of the sights, sounds, and sessions attendees experienced at this year’s Git Merge. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

How GitHub Classroom and Travis CI improved students’ grades

Learn how Dr. Shane Wilson saved time and boosted student performance with the help of GitHub Classroom and Travis CI | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago

Maintainer spotlight: Rachel Green and Mark Nyon

Mark and Rachel are both maintainers on the End Bias Wiki (EBWiki) project. Read more about their mission to end violence against people of color. | Continue reading


@github.blog | 3 months ago