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Highlights from Git 2.35

Written by GitHub Engineering / Original link on Jan. 24, 2022

The open source Git project just released Git 2.35, with features and bug fixes from over 93 contributors, 35 of them new. We last caught up with you on the latest in Git back when 2.34 was released. To celebrate this most recent release, here’s GitHub’s look at some of the most interesting feature…


How we ship GitHub Mobile every week

Written by GitHub Engineering / Original link on Jan. 12, 2022

Every week, the GitHub Mobile team updates the GitHub Mobile apps on both iOS and Android with new features, bug fixes and improvements. Shipping a mobile app is not an easy task. Before a build goes out to our users’ hands, we must make sure the end result is properly built, all written tests are…



Technical interviews via Codespaces

Written by GitHub Engineering / Original link on Dec. 16, 2021

Technical interviews are the worst. Getting meaningful signal from candidates without wasting their time is notoriously hard. Thankfully, the industry has come a long way from brainteaser-style questions and interviews requiring candidates to balance a binary tree with dry erase markers in front of…



Introducing stack graphs

Written by GitHub Engineering / Original link on Dec. 9, 2021

Today, we announced the general availability of precise code navigation for all public and private Python repositories on GitHub.com. Precise code navigation is powered by stack graphs, a new open source framework we’ve created that lets you define the name binding rules for a programming language…