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GitHub Action Hero: Victoria Drake

GitHub Actions allows you to automate your workflow. With GitHub Actions, you can deploy to any cloud, build containers, automate messages, and do so much more. Use any tool you know and love, and have
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Using GitHub Actions for MLOps & Data Science

Background Machine Learning Operations (or MLOps) enables Data Scientists to work in a more collaborative fashion, by providing testing, lineage, versioning, and historical information in an automated way.  Because the landscape of MLOps is nascent,
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Welcoming the Octograds of 2020

Class of 2020, you did it! With schools turning to drive through diploma stops and recreating their campus in Minecraft, GitHub Education decided that celebrating this milestone for the next generation of developers would be
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GitHub Action Hero: Adam Dobrawy

GitHub Actions allows you to automate your workflow. Connect with the tools you know and love, and have more freedom to innovate and be creative. With GitHub Actions, you can deploy to any cloud, build
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Introducing Hack Club’s Summer of Making

We’re partnering with Hack Club to support the students behind Summer of Making, a new remote, student summer program. From building Arduino-powered robots to creating an open source game, we’re excited to see students channel their passions and build with the Hack Club community this summer.
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The GitHub Support Community has a new look and feel!

We’ve given the GitHub Support Community a major upgrade with a number of benefits: built using open-source, great Markdown support, more responsive design, and so much more.
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Code in the browser with GitHub Classroom

Learn about some new ways students can code in the browser. With online integrated development environments (IDEs), students can get right to work in a web browser, avoiding software conflicts that might happen on their local machines.
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April service disruptions analysis

We had multiple service interruptions in April that may have impacted your projects and businesses. We know how important reliability is for our users and have detailed an analysis on the disruptions.
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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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