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Highlights From Git 2.35

The open source Git project just released Git 2.35. Here's GitHub's look at some of the most interesting features and changes introduced since last time.
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Release Radar · December 2021 Edition

Many of us were wrapping up projects, emails, events, and getting ready for Christmas. While we were all busy getting ready for the festive season, our community was still hard at work shipping open source
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Introducing Stack Graphs

Precise code navigation is powered by stack graphs, a new open source framework that lets you define the name binding rules for a programming language.
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Release Radar · November 2021 Edition

The end of the year is getting closer, and our communities are busy working away on their projects. While you’ve all been busy maintaining open source projects and shipping releases, we’ve created a new open
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GraphQL Global ID Migration Update

All newly created GraphQL objects now have IDs that conform to a new format, which we refer to as "next IDs." Learn how to migrate older IDs to the new format and why we're making the change.
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Release Radar · October 2021 Edition

What an incredible month it’s been for GitHub and our communities. Whilst we’ve been busy with GitHub Universe, our communities have been busy coding. It’s been a successful year for Hacktoberfest, with many first-time contributors
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Building The Next Phase Of GitHub, Together

This morning, I shared the following post with Hubbers in response to Nat’s announcement about his next adventure. I am thrilled to take on the role of CEO to build the next phase of GitHub for our global community of software developers.
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Thank You, GitHub

This morning, I sent the following post to the GitHub team. TL;DR: I’m moving on to my next adventure, and Thomas Dohmke (currently Chief Product Officer) will be GitHub’s next CEO.
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Game Off 2021 Theme Announcement

The theme for this year’s Game Off is… …BUG! Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to create a game between now and December 1 incorporating the theme somehow, and submit it to
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