Making GitHub’s New Homepage Fast And Performant

- Tobias Ahlin tl;dr: Tobias runs through the code that makes the page performant, how illustrators work with designers and engineers, the way in which the page was designed, and more.

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Advancing Developer Freedom: GitHub Is Fully Available In Iran

- Nat Friedman tl;dr: GitHub was able to demonstrate how it "advances human progress, international communication, and the enduring US foreign policy of promoting free speech and the free flow of information."

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The State Of The Octoverse 2020

tl;dr: Github releases its state of the union in three reports - work life balance, open source communities and software security.

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10 Awesome Github Repos Every Web Developer Should Know

- Simon Holdorf tl;dr: "Ten great repositories on GitHub that will definitely give you an instant knowledge boost."

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Standing Up For Developers: Youtube-dl Is Back

- Abby Vollmer tl;dr: "We share developers’ frustration with this takedown—especially since this project has many legitimate purposes." Github outlines how they're changing their review process moving forward.

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Code Scanning Is Now Available!

- Justin Hutchings tl;dr: "A developer-first, GitHub-native approach to easily find security vulnerabilities before they reach production."

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GitHub CLI 1.0 Is Now Available

- Amanda Pinsker tl;dr: With GitHub CLI 1.0, you can run your GitHub workflow from the terminal, from issues through releases, call the API to script nearly any action, and set a custom alias for any command, and more.

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GitHub Archive Program: The Journey Of The World’s Open Source Code To The Arctic

- Julia Metcalf tl;dr: Julia updates us on GitHub's Archive Program - storing open source code in the Arctic Circle.

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Adding A README To Your GitHub Profile

tl;dr: "With a few minutes of work, you can make your GitHub Profile Look Cool!"

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Introducing GitHub Super Linter: One Linter To Rule Them All

- Lucas Gravley tl;dr: A "source code repository packaged into a Docker container and called by GitHub Actions. It will support a lot of languages and more coming in the future."

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