Cormac Bracken: With numbers running into the tens of millions both for users and code repositories, connecting communities and libraries made GitHub an open-source favorite for software development. Now the platform operator wants to run those applications as well. At Continue reading GitHub Taking Action to Automate Software Development
Krishan Sharma: In today’s news, technology is often maligned with stories of how the industry is driving racial and gender biases, eroding personal privacy, destabilising democracies and isolating communities. At the same time, technology such as open source software is Continue reading How Github, And Open Source Software, Helps Solve Social Issues With Code
Ellie O’Byrne: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the smartest of them all? That’s the phrase that springs to mind, sitting in the kitchen with teen coder sisters Emily and Lucy Ray, as Lucy explains a smart mirror she Continue reading Should We Be Teaching Our Kids How To Code?
Vanderbilt University and Trilogy Education today announced the launch of the Vanderbilt Coding Boot Camp, an intensive web development program geared toward adult learners and working professionals in Nashville. Developed in partnership with the Owen Graduate School of Management and Continue reading Vanderbilt University Partners with Trilogy Education to Launch First Coding Boot Camp
Jose Jinoy: GitHub is an extremely popular online platform where software developers keep, vet and disseminate their code. Importantly, GitHub is an open source platform, where users access the site and use its content for free, mostly. Now, Microsoft, a Continue reading Decoding Microsoft’s GitHub Acquisition