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Thank you to our maintainers
To celebrate Maintainer Month, GitHub has invested an additional $500,000 to help sponsor the open source projects that it depends on.
Martin Woodward & Ashley Wolf
June 24, 2022
Enterprise
What’s new in Codespaces for Organizations
We’re releasing exciting functionalities that will enable organizations to confidently manage and scale with Codespaces.
Tanmayee Kamath
June 22, 2022
Open Source
Thank you to our maintainers
To celebrate Maintainer Month, GitHub has invested an additional $500,000 to help sponsor the open source projects that it depends on.
Martin Woodward & Ashley Wolf
June 24, 2022
Enterprise
What’s new in Codespaces for Organizations
We’re releasing exciting functionalities that will enable organizations to confidently manage and scale with Codespaces.
Tanmayee Kamath
June 22, 2022
Product
GitHub Copilot is generally available to all developers
We’re making GitHub Copilot, an AI pair programmer that suggests code in your editor, generally available to all developers for $10 USD/month or $100 USD/year. It will also be free to use for verified students and maintainers of popular open source projects.
Thomas Dohmke
June 21, 2022
Open Source
GitHub enables the development of functional safety applications by adding support for coding standards AUTOSAR C++ and CERT C++
GitHub is excited to announce the release of CodeQL queries that implement the standards CERT C++ and AUTOSAR C++. These queries can aid developers looking to demonstrate ISO 26262 Part 6 process compliance.
Brittany O'Shea
June 20, 2022
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Product
Creating a more comprehensive dependency graph with build time detection
Expand the completeness of your dependency graph by using the dependency submission API, which will create more comprehensive alerts on supply chain vulnerabilities
Courtney Claessens
June 17, 2022
Community
Release Radar · May 2022 Edition
Each month, we highlight open source projects that have shipped major updates. These projects can include everything from world-changing technology to developer tooling, and weekend hobbies. We cover what the…
Michelle Mannering
June 16, 2022
Security
The Android kernel mitigations obstacle race
In this post I’ll exploit CVE-2022-22057, a use-after-free in the Qualcomm gpu kernel driver, to gain root and disable SELinux from the untrusted app sandbox on a Samsung Z flip 3. I’ll look at various mitigations that are implemented on modern Android devices and how they affect the exploit.
Man Yue Mo
June 16, 2022
Community
Git Merge 2022
Git Merge, the conference dedicated to bringing the Git community together returns on September 14-15 in Chicago, Illinois.
Lee Reilly
June 15, 2022
Changelog
Deferred syntax highlighting
June 24, 2022
The new GitHub Issues - June 23rd update
June 24, 2022
Dependabot alerts: Filter alerts by the scope of the dependency (runtime and development)
June 24, 2022
Secret scanning's REST API endpoints now support cursor-based pagination
June 24, 2022
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Engineering
Prebuilding codespaces is generally available
Teams and GHEC customers can now create blazing fast codespaces, even for your largest and most complex projects.
Tanmayee Kamath
June 15, 2022
Accelerating GitHub theme creation with color tooling
Learn why the GitHub Design Infrastructure team built a dedicated color tool and how they use it to create new color palettes for GitHub.
Cole Bemis
How we think about browsers
Discover how GitHub thinks about browser support, look at usage patterns, and learn about the tools we use to make sure our customers are getting the best experience.
Keith Cirkel
Sunsetting Atom
We are archiving Atom and all projects under the Atom organization for an official sunset on December 15, 2022.
GitHub Staff
Community
Release Radar · May 2022 Edition
Each month, we highlight open source projects that have shipped major updates. These projects can include everything from world-changing technology to developer tooling, and weekend hobbies. We cover what the…
Michelle Mannering
June 16, 2022
Git Merge 2022
Git Merge, the conference dedicated to bringing the Git community together returns on September 14-15 in Chicago, Illinois.
Lee Reilly
Open Source Monthly: June 2022 Edition
June's Open Source Monthly features Modos–a community-focused company building software and hardware that designs digital devices with respect for users' time, attention, and well-being.
Rizel Scarlett
Implementing a robust digital identity
How can you robustly assert and identify a user’s identity?
Rahul Zhade
Trending stories
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To celebrate Maintainer Month, GitHub has invested an additional $500,000 to help sponsor the open source projects that it depends on.
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We’re making GitHub Copilot, an AI pair programmer that suggests code in your editor, generally available to all developers for $10 USD/month or $100 USD/year. It will also be free to use for verified students and maintainers of popular open source projects.
Thomas Dohmke
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We are archiving Atom and all projects under the Atom organization for an official sunset on December 15, 2022.
GitHub Staff
4
As the global response to the tragedies in Ukraine and other impacted regions continues to evolve, I wanted to share with our community an expansion of the message that I shared earlier this week with our Hubbers.
Thomas Dohmke
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Each month, we highlight open source projects that have shipped…
Michelle Mannering
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A quick guide on the advantages of using GitHub Actions as your preferred CI/CD tool—and how to build a CI/CD pipeline with it.
Brian Douglas
Product
What’s new in Codespaces for Organizations
We’re releasing exciting functionalities that will enable organizations to confidently manage and scale with Codespaces.
Tanmayee Kamath
June 22, 2022
GitHub Copilot is generally available to all developers
We’re making GitHub Copilot, an AI pair programmer that suggests code in your editor, generally available to all developers for $10 USD/month or $100 USD/year. It will also be free to use for verified students and maintainers of popular open source projects.
Thomas Dohmke
Creating a more comprehensive dependency graph with build time detection
Expand the completeness of your dependency graph by using the dependency submission API, which will create more comprehensive alerts on supply chain vulnerabilities
Courtney Claessens
Prebuilding codespaces is generally available
Teams and GHEC customers can now create blazing fast codespaces, even for your largest and most complex projects.
Tanmayee Kamath
Introducing Achievements: recognizing the many stages of a developer’s coding journey
Available in public beta today, we're announcing Achievements as a new way to commemorate milestones on GitHub.
Bailey Brooks
Sunsetting Atom
We are archiving Atom and all projects under the Atom organization for an official sunset on December 15, 2022.
GitHub Staff
Introducing GitHub Skills
Today, we’re announcing GitHub Skills, a new learning experience to help you throughout your GitHub journey.
Emily Gould
Security
GitHub enables the development of functional safety applications by adding support for coding standards AUTOSAR C++ and CERT C++
GitHub is excited to announce the release of CodeQL queries that implement the standards CERT C++ and AUTOSAR C++. These queries can aid developers looking to demonstrate ISO 26262 Part 6 process compliance.
Brittany O'Shea
June 20, 2022
Creating a more comprehensive dependency graph with build time detection
Expand the completeness of your dependency graph by using the dependency submission API, which will create more comprehensive alerts on supply chain vulnerabilities
Courtney Claessens
The Android kernel mitigations obstacle race
In this post I’ll exploit CVE-2022-22057, a use-after-free in the Qualcomm gpu kernel driver, to gain root and disable SELinux from the untrusted app sandbox on a Samsung Z flip 3. I’ll look at various mitigations that are implemented on modern Android devices and how they affect the exploit.
Man Yue Mo
GitHub now publishes malware advisories in the GitHub Advisory Database
To combat the prevalence of malware in the open source ecosystem, GitHub now publishes malware occurrences in the GitHub Advisory Database. These advisories power Dependabot alerts and remain forever free and usable by the community.
Brittany O'Shea & Kate Catlin
Implementing a robust digital identity
How can you robustly assert and identify a user’s identity?
Rahul Zhade
Introducing Entitlements: GitHub's open source Identity and Access Management solution
We're excited to announce that we're open sourcing our Identity and Access Management solution: Entitlements.
Shawna Butterworth
One developer’s journey bringing Dependabot to GitHub Enterprise Server
A personal story about building the feature you want and sharing it with the world.
Landon Grindheim
Open Source
Thank you to our maintainers
To celebrate Maintainer Month, GitHub has invested an additional $500,000 to help sponsor the open source projects that it depends on.
Martin Woodward & Ashley Wolf
June 24, 2022
GitHub enables the development of functional safety applications by adding support for coding standards AUTOSAR C++ and CERT C++
GitHub is excited to announce the release of CodeQL queries that implement the standards CERT C++ and AUTOSAR C++. These queries can aid developers looking to demonstrate ISO 26262 Part 6 process compliance.
Brittany O'Shea
June 20, 2022
Release Radar · May 2022 Edition
Each month, we highlight open source projects that have shipped major updates. These projects can include everything from world-changing technology to developer tooling, and weekend hobbies. We cover what the…
Michelle Mannering
June 16, 2022
Git Merge 2022
Git Merge, the conference dedicated to bringing the Git community together returns on September 14-15 in Chicago, Illinois.
Lee Reilly
June 15, 2022
How can the United States build its Open Source Software policy?
We share a recap of a recent roundtable event about what a federal open source software policy could look like in the United States.
Margaret Tucker
June 14, 2022
Enterprise
What’s new in Codespaces for Organizations
We’re releasing exciting functionalities that will enable organizations to confidently manage and scale with Codespaces.
Tanmayee Kamath
Dependabot Updates hit GA in GHES
Dependabot is generally available in GitHub Enterprise Server 3.5. Here is how to set up Dependabot on your instance.
Victoria Fawcett
One developer’s journey bringing Dependabot to GitHub Enterprise Server
A personal story about building the feature you want and sharing it with the world.
Landon Grindheim
Education
Start your open source journey with Community Exchange
Are you a student who is new to open source or just starting your maintainer journey? GitHub Global Campus’ Community Exchange can help you make that first contribution or grow your open source project.
Matthew Dyson & Eric Rosado
Graduation is here! Celebrate the Class of 2022, and join GitHub on June 11
This year, thousands of students from around the world came together and redefined the world we live in, how we learn, and how we move forward. We are honored to…
Lara Croft
Prepare for next semester with GitHub Global Campus and Codespaces
Teachers, it is now your turn to join GitHub Global Campus with our student community! Get access to exclusive benefits, programs, and the Power of Codespaces at no cost in GitHub Classroom!
Eric Rosado & Divya Vaishnavi
Policy
What’s new in Codespaces for Organizations
We’re releasing exciting functionalities that will enable organizations to confidently manage and scale with Codespaces.
Tanmayee Kamath
How can the United States build its Open Source Software policy?
We share a recap of a recent roundtable event about what a federal open source software policy could look like in the United States.
Margaret Tucker
Our response to the war in Ukraine
As the global response to the tragedies in Ukraine and other impacted regions continues to evolve, I wanted to share with our community an expansion of the message that I shared earlier this week with our Hubbers.
Thomas Dohmke
Company
Accelerating GitHub theme creation with color tooling
Learn why the GitHub Design Infrastructure team built a dedicated color tool and how they use it to create new color palettes for GitHub.
Cole Bemis
Implementing a robust digital identity
How can you robustly assert and identify a user’s identity?
Rahul Zhade
Sunsetting Atom
We are archiving Atom and all projects under the Atom organization for an official sunset on December 15, 2022.
GitHub Staff
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