The ReadME Project
What’s in a name? Moving GitOps beyond buzzword
An open source effort to define GitOps might save it from becoming just another buzzword.
Middleware for web applications: it’s not just for enterprises
Write cleaner, more maintainable code—and reuse it in many different contexts.
Leonardo Javier Russo // MobilityLauncher
Raising the bar for open source standards
Leonardo is working toward a future where everyone can seamlessly participate in open source.
Naveen Srinivasan & Brian Russell // OpenSSF
In Scorecard we trust
How to strengthen your software supply chain security, improve best practices, and build trust in your projects.
Noah Gift // Pragmatic AI Labs
Scaling MLOps education
Manage the complexity of MLOps by centralizing the process on GitHub.
THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 25
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication
How maximalism creeps into places where it doesn’t belong, finding mentors, following what energizes you, and the power of Ping Pong.
Safia Abdalla // Microsoft
How to optimize your code reviews
It’s wise to think of them as a bridge to empathy, knowledge-sharing, and team-building.
Building super fans through genuine human connections
Jana’s successful career is driven by her empathy and love for the developer community.
Monica Powell // Newsela
Using code as documentation to save time and share context
In part one of her series, Monica shares how to do documentation to help yourself and others.
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THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 23
Cue the command line
The thrill of a blinking cursor, using the community as a mirror, managing a business on open source, and more.
THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 22
Code like it’s 1995
Go back to basics, tips on securing your OSS project, developer happiness with GitHub’s CEO, and more.
Featured ArticlesSee all
Developer StoriesSee all
The purest form of collaboration
Avi on the beauty of open source, versatility of computer science, and a viable solution to support burnt-out maintainers.
Dr. Johanna Pirker
(Virtual) reality check
Johanna on the colorful, cross-disciplinary world of computer science, and making education accessible to all.
Sometimes they say yes
Aaron on playing it uncool, advocating for yourself, and asking for your dream job.
Stewards of code, stewards of each other
Kara on supporting, sharing, and contributing to the contributors of open source.
Gabriel Kohen // Blue Yonder
Autonomy vs. governance: a delicate balance of power
How Blue Yonder uses GitOps to break silos with GitHub Enterprise.
Privacy engineering: 8 tips to mitigate risks and secure your data
Understand what can go wrong and how to protect against the most likely scenarios.
Justin Trugman & Babitha Singh // Caregility
Incorporating security in Enterprise DevOps workflows
How Caregility prepared for third-party security audits with GitHub Advanced Security.
Cassidy Williams // Contenda
Documenting knowledge: a guide to successful note-taking
How building a team culture around thoughtful note-taking can improve collective understanding.