The GitHub Blog

7/1/2022
New Actions from Anchore, NowSecure, SBT, and Trivy are now available to create a more comprehensive GitHub Dependency Graph.
7/1/2022
Can projects and GitHub Actions be used by your non-developer teams? They absolutely can. Check out how our Security Team uses GitHub to run the department effortlessly.
6/30/2022
High-quality Git commits are the key to a maintainable and collaborative open- or closed-source project. Learn strategies to improve and use commits to streamline your development process.
6/30/2022
Maintainers answer your questions about how to manage an open source project that grows into a community.
6/30/2022
Meet the 2022 MLH Fellowship cohort! This 12-week internship alternative is for aspiring software engineers, and powered by GitHub.
6/29/2022
In this post I'll exploit CVE-2022-1134, a type confusion in Chrome that I reported in March 2022, which allows remote code execution (RCE) in the renderer sandbox of Chrome by a single visit to...
6/29/2022
Monorepo performance can suffer due to the sheer number of files in your working directory. Git’s new builtin file system monitor makes it easy to speed up monorepo performance.
6/28/2022
The recent changes to improve protocol security on GitHub.com are now coming to GitHub Enterprise Server, starting with version 3.6.
6/27/2022
We’re excited to announce that the GitHub Advisory Database now includes curated security advisories on Erlang, Elixir, and more.
6/27/2022
The open source Git project just released Git 2.37. Take a look at some of our highlights from the latest release.
6/24/2022
To celebrate Maintainer Month, GitHub has invested an additional $500,000 to help sponsor the open source projects that it depends on.
6/22/2022
We’re releasing exciting functionalities that will enable organizations to confidently manage and scale with Codespaces.