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GitHub Enterprise 2.8 Adds New Workflow Options

The big changes rolled out for GitHub Enterprise 2.8 may seem familiar, but don't say GitHub is running out of ideas. Instead, the company is adding tools to GitHub Enterprise that enterprises may already know, rather than expand functionality exclusive to GitHub. Some new pieces, like the Reviews...
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GitHub Open-Sources Internal Load-Balancing Software

GitHub will release as open source the GitHub Load Balancer (GLB), its internally developed load balancer. GLB was originally built to accommodate GitHub’s need to serve billions of HTTP, Git, and SSH connections daily. Now the company will release components of GLB via open source, and it will...
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Microsoft Has The Most Open Source Contributors on GitHub

GitHub has published The state of the Octoverse 2016, a very interesting report that offers an insight into how its 14 million users leveraged the hugely popular repository this year. Among them is a list of organizations with the most open source contributors, most popular coding languages, most...
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Automatically Deploy Build Images with Travis

This is the third and last tutorial in our series about creating CICD pipelines with Docker containers. Part one focused on how to use Docker Hub to automatically build your application images, and part two used the online Travis-ci platform to automate the process of running those units tests. Now...
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Facebook Tries a New Way to Release Open-Source Projects

Last week, Facebook launched Create React App, a new project that helps React developers get started with their new projects. Turns out, that was only part of the story. Create React App was also the first project to enter the Facebook Incubator on GitHub. The Facebook Incubator is the company’s...
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MicroBadger and the Awesome Power of Container Labels

Containers have the power to change infrastructure architecture, making it more secure and more energy efficient. This is because containerized applications can be started, stopped or juggled from machine to machine in seconds — far faster than applications can be moved on VMs or bare metal. That...
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The Heartbeat of Open Source Projects Can be Heard with GitHub Data

GitHub released charts last week that tell a story about the heartbeat of a few open source, giving insights into activity, productivity and collaboration of software development. Salted throughout the GitHub website are analytics, and there is an application programming interface (API) that data-...
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Learn how and why to rebase in Git.

How to Rebase in Git

In previous articles, I have showed how to find things in Git and how to fix mistakes in Git. Here, I’ll be looking at why and how to rebase in Git. What Is Rebasing? Rebasing is when you take a set of patches from one Git branch and apply them to another branch. As with so many Git operations,...
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