How Node.js Is Addressing the Challenge of Ryan Dahl’s Deno

How Node.js Is Addressing the Challenge of Ryan Dahl’s Deno

How to Post a Secure Spring Boot App to Heroku

In this tutorial, you'll see How to Post a Secure Spring Boot App to Heroku. How to quickly bootstrap secured web applications for your ‘pet project’ ideas using Spring Boot with Spring Security, Kotlin, and Okta.

Build a game this November with GitHub Game Off

Game Off, our annual game jam (a hackathon for building games) returns this weekend. Participants will be given a secret theme on November 1 and will have the entire month of November to build a game based on their interpretation of the theme.

How we open sourced

This post tells the story of why we wanted to open source the docs, what tools we built and open sourced along the way, and how we worked to make the project welcoming to external contributors.

AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry Available for Public Preview

OpenTelemetry is an observability framework - software and tools that assist in generating and capturing telemetry data from cloud-native software. It is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Sandbox project with stakeholders from companies like AWS, Microsoft, Google, LightStep, New Relic, Red Hat, and Splunk – who collaborate on defining an open standard for the collection of distributed traces and metrics.

GitHub Welcomes the OpenJDK Project!

Earlier this month we were thrilled to welcome the OpenJDK Community to GitHub. The communities migration effort, codenamed Project ‘Skara’, brought JDK 16 main-line development into GitHub. The JDK project is at the heart of the Java community and Java is one of the most popular languages for projects on GitHub. Therefore it’s a massive honor that we now get to help the team building the future of the Java language.

GitHub Africa Virtual Meetup

Come learn from experts at GitHub and in the local community. We’ll be sharing lots of exciting information about the latest GitHub workflows, newest features, and how to contribute to Open Source!

GitHub Action Hero: Eyal Posener and "Go Action"

GitHub Actions gives you the power to automate your workflow. Connect with the tools you know and love. Have more freedom to innovate and be creative. Deploy to any cloud, build containers, automate messages, and lots more. It’s time to take control.

Best Practices for Using Git

Git has become ubiquitous as the preferred version control system (VCS) used by developers. Using Git adds immense value especially for engineering teams where several developers work together since it becomes critical to have a system of integrating everyone's code reliably.

Highlights from Git 2.29

The open source Git project just released Git 2.29 with features and bug fixes from over 89 contributors, 24 of them new. Last time we caught up with you, Git 2.28 had just been released. One version later, let’s take a look at the most interesting features and changes that have happened since then.

Hacked off with Hacktoberfest

Hacktoberfest is a promotion run by DigitalOcean that runs every October in order to encourage developers to contribute to open-source projects on GitHub. By doing so, DigitalOcean will send a free T-shirt for four pull requests sent to any repository on GitHub.

Как поучаствовать в Open Source проекте? 8 ответов новичку

Как поучаствовать в разработке Open Source проектов, какова их роль и что они могут дать вам как разработчику?

Compare Multiple Projects With This GitHub Stats Tool

In this article, check out how to compare multiple projects with the GitHub Stats tool.

GitHub India Virtual Meetup this October

GitHub India is holding our first virtual meetup event. Hear about Open Source and Hacktoberfest, plus this is your chance to connect & network.

GitHub Planeta Virtual Meetup

GitHub is excited to announce our first Virtual Meetup for Russian-speaking developers, happening on Tuesday, November 17th.

GitHub Action Hero: Stefan Zweifel and "git-auto-commit"

Our next GitHub Actions Hero is here! Find out about git-auto-commit, what it is does, and why our Action Hero Stefan Zweifel built this awesome tool.

GitHub’s ‘ReadME’ Highlights Open Source Maintainers

On August 20th, GitHub launched the ReadME Project a new series of web pages "to amplify the voices of open source software" — promising to bring the stories of the people who create it.

Standing by developers through Google v. Oracle

Google v. Oracle is the culmination of a decade-long dispute. Back in 2010, Oracle sued Google, arguing that Google's Android operating system infringed Oracle's rights in Java. After ten years, the dispute now boils down to whether Google's reuse of Java APIs in Android was copyright infringement.

Public Preview – AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

It took me a while to figure out what observability was all about. A year or two I asked around and my colleagues told me that I needed to follow Charity Majors and to read her blog (done, and done).

The State of Open-Source Data Integration and ETL

Open-source data integration started 16 years ago with Talend. Since then, the whole industry has changed. Let's compare the different actors.