The quick guide to open source enterprises
How large organizations use open source to build better software, faster.
DevOps development: top seven tips for faster application development
With these seven tips learn to keep developers work on pace so that teams and developers can build more secure code faster and so much more.
Federal access to open source with GitHub
By achieving FedRAMP operating authority, GitHub’s Enterprise Cloud allows federal users to collaborate with millions of open source software developers.
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.
Six DevOps pitfalls for engineering leaders to avoid
DevOps can be a transformative practice for businesses of all sizes and types. Companies in almost every industry are using DevOps to give teams the time and freedom to tackle more challenging projects. As with all software development strategies, there are some shared pitfalls to watch out for.
How GitHub secures open source software
GitHub works hard to secure the open source software you use. We provide businesses with best practices to learn and leverage across their workflows. Download this PDF Whitepaper to learn more.
Secure software development strategy essentials
Trust is the foundation of the relationship between software companies and their customers. The ability to prevent sensitive data from falling into the wrong hands is a cornerstone of this trust.
Software development in the financial sector—Security is important
Secure financial software development is important and failure to properly safeguard data can have profound impact on a company.
GitHub and RStudio
This tutorial teaches you to create R Markdown documents with RStudio and publish them via GitHub, using GitHub Pages.
An introduction to innersource
Organizations worldwide are incorporating open source methodologies into the way they build and ship their own software.
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.