Happy New Year everyone! We wish you a productive and fulfilling 2019! But before we start our engines and go full speed ahead, let’s take a step back and have a look at the most clicked news for 2018. From Angular v6 to our Java 10 interview series, 2018 has definitely been a busy year!
With just a few days left in 2018, GitHub released their State of the Octoverse. 2018 was their busiest year yet! Was 2018 the banner year for open source? Here’s hoping that 2019 continues to bring forth more great open source projects and contributions.
The weather may be getting colder, so it’s a good time to warm up with some of GitHub’s hottest repos. We’ve gone through GitHub’s trending list to find some of the coziest and fieriest projects to showcase for November 2018.
As our tech history series winds down, we want to take a moment and focus on a topic that has shaped how code is reviewed and how developers collaborate nowadays. Open your textbooks to chapter 11 – class is in session with the birth and evolution of social coding.
GitHub Desktop 1.5 is live and it highlights the completion of merge collaboration cycle. Merge conflicts can be intimidating for new developers, especially those working in teams but that’s no longer the case! Let’s have a closer look at this release.
Cozy up with our monthly GitHub trending repo picks. We chose our top five repos from the GitHub trending list to highlight. These repos are just like scarecrows – they’re outstanding in their field!
Every Monday we take a step back and look at all the cool stuff that went down during the previous week. Last week, we welcomed Angular v7, we had a look at the new draft for Jakarta EE Specification Process and many more!
GitHub’s expansion continues with the announcement of GitHub Actions. Move beyond just code storage and into code testing as GitHub helps automate your workflow. The new feature is in beta, so in the meantime, what is the competition doing?
A new month, a new trending list! What were y’all developing during September? We take a look at our favorite projects from GitHub’s trending list. They’re all super chic.
GitHub is constantly researching how to make life for developers easier, and we reap the rewards! Introducing Experiments: a research effort from GitHub that offers a sneak peak into exciting projects.
The trendy five: Trending GitHub repos for August 2018 include adorable robots and a blast from the past
It’s time! What are our picks from GitHub’s trending list? August 2018 had some serious contenders and game-changers. Let’s hear it for the winners.
GitHub has been listening to user concerns. Introducing Project Paper Cuts: a plan to make small, yet necessary changes to GitHub and smooth out the user experience. Has GitHub changed since Microsoft’s acquisition? Is it time to stop worrying and learn to love it?
It’s that time of the month again where we look at the trending GitHub repos and pick out five of our favorites. What’s in, what’s out, what’s trending?
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