For over three years, the GitHub Developer Program has been a launchpad for developers—from testing their newest applications to growing their biggest businesses. Now, we're excited to build on what's made the program successful for members and make it even more accessible.
GitHub Enterprise 2.9 is now available with improvements for both developers and administrators. With this release, administrators will see improvements in reliability and developers can get more out of pull requests.
Participating in open source can be incredibly rewarding, but it's not always obvious how to make your first contribution, start a new project, or build an active community.
To make your journey easier, we're launching the Open Source Guides, a collection of resources for individuals, communities, and companies who want to learn how to run and contribute to open source.
Early bird ticket sales and CFP now open
Satellite features two keynotes from GitHub leadership and fourteen breakout sessions from all over the GitHub community.
We’ll spend an intensive day in breakout sessions featuring maintainers of open source projects, engineering teams facing unique challenges, and leaders using software to change the way their businesses work.
GitHub Universe returns in 2017, and already has some surprises in store for you.
Mark your calendars for October 10-12, 2017 at Pier 70 in San Francisco.
Super Early Bird Tickets available now
GitHub is releasing a limited amount of tickets at a super early bird price of $199 USD. There are only 100 tickets available, so make sure to snag yours before they run out.