GitHub Copilot, the company’s new AI-powered tool designed to help developers to write code is now generally available.
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Microsoft announced today that GitHub will require all contributors to enroll in two-factor authentication (2FA) by the end of 2023.
In a bizarre bit of timing---Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 are launching next week---Microsoft’s GitHub CEO is leaving the company.
I’ve been using GitHub for years to host the Windows 10 Field Guide, and this year I moved my .NETpad projects there as well.
GitHub is making all its core features free, letting users create unlimited private repositories with unlimited collaborators for free. It's also cutting down the price for its Team plan.
GitHub for mobile is now available for Android and iOS worldwide, letting users access GitHub from their phones through an official client for the first time ever.
GitHub is launching a new command-line interface for developers -- but don't worry, it's not here to replace Git.
GitHub is soon going to have an official mobile app, which means you can now review your code and pull requests on the go.
Microsoft's GitHub is acquiring Semmle, a code analysis platform that helps developers detect security vulnerabilities in their code.
GitHub is restricting developers from Iran, Syria, and Crimea following new restrictions placed by the U.S. government, and developers aren’t happy.
One year after its blockbuster $7.5 billion GitHub acquisition, Microsoft has acquired Pull Panda to bolster the developer service.
GitHub is testing a new Sponsors feature that lets you financially support creators and contributors you love.
Microsoft is rebooting the PowerToys, a set of system utilities that debuted alongside Windows 95, as open source projects on GitHub.
GitHub is rolling out a major change to its free service.
GitHub now has a total of 100 million repositories across the world with more than 31 million developers.
As expected, regulators from the European Union have approved Microsoft's $7.5 billion acquisition of GitHub.
It's official: Microsoft has agreed to acquire GitHub. And for a staggering sum of $7.5 billion.
According to a report, Microsoft recently held talks to acquire GitHub, which was most recently valued at about $2 billion.