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What is GitHub Discussions? A complete guide

GitHub Discussions brings community forums right to your public or private repositories on GitHub making it easy to communicate with your community, ask and answer questions, share updates, and more. Here’s what you need to know about GitHub Discussions, best practices, and how other open source projects are using it.

Developer happiness and innovation in the enterprise

Today’s leaders drive innovation by building better developer experiences

Le guide DevSecOps pour Architecte d’entreprise

Les architectes d’entreprise ont compris depuis bien longtemps ce que les leaders DevOps découvrent tout juste : que la sécurité, et pas seulement l’exécution et la livraison, est une responsabilité partagée. Aujourd’hui, les équipes Opérations utilisent la collaboration, l’automatisation et les conteneurs afin d’accélérer la livraison de logiciels.

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.

Managing your projects in GitHub

How to organise, manage and track the progress of your projects with GitHub, using features as milestones, labels, issues, and projects. We will also share an overview of tools from our GitHub Marketplace that build on top of issues and pull requests.

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.

Organizing Work with GitHub

Your team works better when your projects are organized. That's why we're sharing some organizational tips we've picked up in our work with teams that use GitHub.