From product design mocks to user help content, GitHub teams use GitHub to build just about everything—and they're often collaborating across different timezones. As we continue to build products that fit all of your team's use cases, we're sharing insights into what's worked (and what hasn't worked) for our team's unique challenges in a new webcast series.
Each webcast will include approximately 40 minutes of tips from our team and 10 minutes of Q&A. Sign up for the ones you'd like to attend below.
July 25: Communicating with issues
In this session, you'll get the training we give new team members when they join GitHub. We'll cover strategies for clear communication, visual structure in issue comments, and how to facilitate discussion. These strategies are integral to how our team uses InnerSource and may help your team's InnerSource approach.
August 22: Communicating with remote teams
Hear from two of our seasoned managers as they share how we pattern our work to build tools with 60% of our team members being remote. We'll cover communication patterns, the tools we use, and the cultural elements that contribute to more successful collaboration across timezones.
September 26: Managing your teams
Sign up for this webcast to receive pratical tips from GitHub managers on how they create workflows that help employees do their best work. You'll learn how to use more GitHub features for managing your team and how to increase productivity with integrations. Finally, you'll learn how to measure your team's success on GitHub, and maybe get introduced to some new ways to celebrate your success.
October 24: Managing your projects
In this session, you'll learn how to manage projects using GitHub features like projects, milestones, labels, and assignees. While these are tools we rely on at GitHub, we realize that some project managers need tools with a few more features, so you'll also get an overview of project management solutions in GitHub Marketplace. You'll leave this webcast ready to take your Github projects to the next level.
November 28: Writing documentation for your projects
GitHub isn't just for software. Documentation teams use GitHub to create and publish everything from books to user help content. We'll share how we've adapted the GitHub flow to effectively meet our content creation needs. Whether you're on a team of writers or a solo developer, this webcast will introduce you to creating better documentation with GitHub.