This week I learned that GitHub wasn't requiring 2FA yet (but will soon), and the moon may need its own timezones (to the dismay of devs everywhere).
I found an unusual account while querying GitHub for users, aaand... having nowhere else to go right now, I decided to investigate it.
GitHub is an amazing set of tools around Git, but it's lacking in certain areas. Where it fails to impress, browser addons often pick up the slack. Here's 13 addons (plus a few honorable mentions) that will take your GitHub experience to the next level!
Most of us host something (and some of us everything) on GitHub, especially since they host private repos for free too now. I've been eager to try the GitHub Package Registry since they announced it last May. Well, I just got access to the beta, so let's see what we can do!
GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket just released a joint statement on a widespread ransomware attack that resulted in compromised accounts. That got me thinking, what can a person do to protect his or her code on GitHub? As it turns out, a lot...
Here's a few tricks for rendering markdown in GitHub that most people wouldn't know about. Oh, and they work for new Issues, Pull Requests, and in the Wiki too!
I've always been a fan of wikis, but GitHub's is so poorly designed it doesn't get much love. I once wrote about cloning a wiki locally and editing it using Gollum, but now I'm taking a look at hosting it externally on DigitalOcean, using Gollum and keeping it in sync with the repo hosted on GitHub.