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Three bugs in the Go MySQL Driver

Check out what we learned from shipping our busiest Go service in production—we found 3 bugs in the Go MySQL driver.
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Ludum Dare 46 staff picks

10 games from Ludum Dare 46 for your entertainment and source code-viewing pleasure.
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New from Satellite 2020: GitHub Codespaces, GitHub Discussions, securing code in private repositories, and more

See what we announced at our first virtual GitHub Satellite including a full dev environment on GitHub powered by VS Code, a new way to have discussions with your communities, new ways to secure projects with code scanning and secret scanning, and more.
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Announcing the MLH Fellowship, powered by GitHub

Now more than ever, students need opportunities to sustain their growth, using real tools, and an experienced understanding of how to work remotely and globally. With this new program, we’re helping to support the next generation of developers and the open source projects that companies use every day.
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How to build an effective DevSecOps culture

By prioritizing secure development alongside speed, DevSecOps helps you ship safer applications by making security part of your current DevOps pipeline.
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Improving notifications for everyone

We’re dedicated to making notifications as simple and valuable as they can be, so you can be as productive on GitHub and you can be.
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Meet some of this year’s GitHub Satellite speakers

GitHub Satellite is back, and this year it’s virtual. Tune in at githubsatellite.com on May 6 at 9 am PT / 12 pm ET to hear from CEO Nat Friedman and developers around the world.
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npm has joined GitHub

With the npm acquisition complete, we’re ready to start the next chapter of npm and support the JavaScript community in a new way.
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Sawfish phishing campaign targets GitHub users

A phishing campaign targeting our customers lures GitHub users into providing their credentials (including two-factor authentication codes). Learn more about the threat and what you can do to protect yourself.
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GitHub is now free for teams

Every developer and team can now get private repositories with unlimited collaborators at no cost with GitHub Free, and we reduced prices for some of our paid plans.
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GitHub Protips: Tips, tricks, hacks, and secrets from Vitor Monteiro

There are lots of hidden secrets, keyboard shortcuts, hacks, and more that can make you and your team’s GitHub experience more productive, personal, and entertaining. Here are some Protips that Vitor Monteiro, GitHub Strategic Architect, has picked up along the way that might be useful to you.
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Open collaboration on COVID-19

Explore some impactful open source projects being created by teams around the world in response to COVID-19.
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GitHub Action Hero: Shohei Ueda

We spoke with our latest GitHub Action Hero, Shohei Ueda, about the story behind Hugo setup, mdbook Action, and a few other projects.
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Set up your digital classroom with GitHub Classroom

Many teachers are moving to virtual solutions for managing student assignments, projects, and grading. Join webinars hosted by GitHub Education Experts to share how teachers can manage and organize their class with GitHub Classroom.
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CERT partners with GitHub Security Lab for automated remediation

Learn more about how we found ways to scale our vulnerability hunting efforts and empower others to do the same. In this post, we’ll take a deep-dive in the remediation of a security vulnerability with CERT.
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February service disruptions

Recently, we’ve had multiple service interruptions on GitHub.com. We know how important reliability of our service is for your projects and teams. We take this responsibility very seriously and apologize for these disruptions. These incidents
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