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A message from our CEO, Thomas Dohmke. GitHub is united with the people of Ukraine and the international community in condemning the horrific war against a sovereign nation and its people. https://lnkd.in/gsVi6rgz

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New Changelog with latest feature updates for project planning with GitHub Issues: πŸ‘‰ Even more flexibility with filters 🏝️ The ability to add team breaks to iterations πŸ“ˆ Persistent charts for insights alpha See what else is new here ⬇️ https://lnkd.in/gD79uG5f

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Codespaces for your largest repositories just got faster! πŸš€ Now available in public beta is the ability to prebuild codespaces, speeding up the creation of a codespace regardless of the size and complexity of your projects. https://lnkd.in/gS9eCUcb

Join Damian Brady and Mish Mannering as they discuss how to create a sustainable open source community. πŸ“† Date: Wednesday Feb 23 PT | Thursday 24 Feb AEDT πŸ•°οΈ Time: 7pm PT | 2pm AEDT 🎀 Tune in: https://lnkd.in/ghcUrX3P

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We’re excited to be sponsoring DevOps Live in London on March 2-3! Head over to booth C330 and learn more about how GitHub Enterprise can help your developers build better software, fasterβ€”and more securely. To register to the event, visit: https://github.co/3K2f5vB

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GitHub Advisory Database now accepts community contributions! Provide additional information and context to further the community’s understanding and awareness of security advisories via community contributions. https://lnkd.in/gyWp3Jjx

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Congrats to Front Matter, nut.js, and d3-graph-controller for shipping major version releases, and being featured in the Release Radar πŸ™Œ Read all our staff picks from January: https://lnkd.in/gR5J9wTS We're choosing projects for our February Release Radar soon. Submit your open source project to be considered: releaseradar.github.com

Adewale Abati created the Built in Nigeria project to celebrate the OSS acheivements of the Nigerian developer community. Learn more about Adewale's background and how he found his way to open source on The ReadMe Project. https://lnkd.in/gi5PkRK6

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Pull in your favorite RSS feed right into a README with this GitHub Action. https://lnkd.in/gy9zrKkd

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Interested in machine learning? Interested in code security? Learn how we combine deep learning and static code analysis to detect security vulnerabilities before they get merged. https://lnkd.in/gk5uDwHV