is coming up this week - that's GitHub's annual developer conference. That means that GitHub's new announcements are already starting! And if you're at GitHub Universe and want to talk about GitHub Actions
then let me know!
- The State of the Octoverse 2019
Every year, GitHub analyzes the data from its 40 million users to understand the code and communities that make up our industry. The State of the Octoverse report shows how the code and communities on GitHub change and grow year-to-year.
- Internal repositories are now generally available for GitHub Enterprise
Inner Source takes the ideas of collaboration and exploration and applies them within the firewall. Internal repositories allow everyone within your enterprise to access your repositories, keeping them private but allowing collaboration within your company.
- Microsoft wants anyone to be a developer, whether they code or not
Can anyone be a developer? Microsoft thinks so, and is leveraging its Power Platform to allow subject matter and domain experts to easily produce line of business applications without needing to actually write any code.
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