GitHub has a full-featured command-line application you might not have even known existed. Better yet it's easy to install on both Windows and WSL and might be the missing link in your workflow. Here's how to get started.
Microsoft recently announced Channel 9 had been folded into Microsoft Learn. As content migrates from its old home to its new home, one Twitter user took it upon themselves to build an index page for easy Channel 9 content access.
GitHub isn't just a Microsoft property, it's the biggest code-sharing platform on the planet. At some point you might well find yourself wanting or needing to get familiar with it. But where to start? Right here.
The GitHub app for Microsoft Teams is gaining lots of new, useful features that'll make it easier than ever to manage projects without leaving Teams. The GitHub app for Teams is still in public preview.
Microsoft is bringing together from resources from LinkedIn, GitHub, and Microsoft to help people learn digital skills to improve employability. The goal of the global initiative is to teach 25 million people around the world digital skills by the end of the year.
After months of beta testing, the GitHub app for iOS and Android is generally available. The app allows you to manage your inbox, give feedback and respond to issues, and review and merge pull requests from your mobile device.
GitHub today launched the beta for its mobile app, coming first to iPhone and iPad. The app, which allows you to work and communicate with your team on the go, is also planned for an Android release "soon."
GitHub CEO Nat Friedman held a all-hands meeting with employees today, during which he stated that the company's position on its controversial contract with ICE was made to stay "synchronized" with Microsoft.