Creating an innersource culture at Booz Allen Hamilton
Effective collaboration within an enterprise is critical for InnerSource success. Hear from Ki Lee of Booz Allen Hamilton as he shares how his team improved collaboration and development practices while maintaining visibility and compliance with InnerSource.
Transcend Organizational Silos with Open Development Workflows
Most engineering organizations place developers into teams like application engineering, platform engineering, web development, systems, and quality. Structuring organizations in this way can leave blind spots that exclude those best qualified to help solve a given problem.
Keep your projects secured with the dependency graph and security alerts
Today’s software is increasingly interconnected and interdependent. There’s a good chance your project relies on someone else's and, if your project is public, that others might rely on it, too. GitHub's new dependency graph gives you insight into the projects your code depends on and the projects that depend on your code.
Getting started with GitHub Enterprise Server
Millions of developers all over the world use GitHub.com to host code and build software together. However, if you need to host Git repositories on your own infrastructure, it can be a challenge to setup and support a transparent, collaborative workflow.
How GitHub Uses GitHub - Managing your projects
In this session, you'll learn how to manage projects using GitHub features like projects, milestones, labels, and assignees. While these are tools we rely on at GitHub, we realize that some project managers need tools with a few more features, so you'll also get an overview of project management solutions in GitHub Marketplace. You'll leave this webcast ready to take your Github projects to the next level.
Enabling data science with GitHub
Although data science is behind many successful information strategies, data scientists work differently than other IT professionals. Despite these differences, it's more important than ever for data scientists to work seamlessly with their IT peers on data-based solutions.
GitHub and Visual Studio
Work with GitHub no matter what Microsoft IDE you choose. Join Microsoft Senior Software Engineer Jeremy Foster and GitHub Trainer Matt Desmond as they clone repositories, commit changes, create pull requests, and more using different features and extensions of Visual Studio.
How GitHub Uses GitHub - Communicating with Issues
In this session, you'll get the training we give new team members when they join GitHub. We'll cover strategies for clear communication, visual structure in issue comments, and how to facilitate discussion. These strategies are integral to how our team uses InnerSource and may help your team's InnerSource approach.
Secure software development with GitHub
Protect your code, enforce code reviews and business policies, ensure integrity of commits without sacrificing openness and collaboration. In this 25-minute webinar we’ll look at how protected branches, required statuses, pre-received hooks, and GPG signing on GitHub lets software development teams.
Federal access to open source with GitHub: tech brief
Governments all over the world use GitHub to securely collaborate on code, data, policy, and procurement. Now, this FedScoop report shows how GitHub Enterprise Cloud’s recent FedRAMP authorization offers a way for government agencies to participate in the entire open source development universe for the first time.
Enabling DevOps pipeline execution with GitHub
Companies of all shapes and sizes are building software in more open and collaborative ways, from idea to production. This IDC Vendor Profile provides current and comprehensive insight into how organizations apply DevOps practices, adopt open source software, and use version control to build better, faster.
Practical guide to CI with Jenkins and GitHub
Implementing Continuous Integration (CI) can reduce errors in code, shorten development cycles, and help your team ship software faster. In this article, we'll show you how to get started with CI, and take a closer look at integrating GitHub with Jenkins.