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Slowly, we’ll Git rid of it: 2.28 to help ‘wean’ project off master term

The team behind version control system Git has pushed out version 2.28 of its project, adding the promised […]

What’s old is new: Git 2.27 steps back from recently promoted transport protocol

Git 2.27 has arrived with added bug reporting and command enhancements, but also sees the team behind the […]

What’s the point: Google AI, JetBrains’ big data tools, Subversion, Docker <3 Azure

Google’s AI teams used the last days of May to share their advances in natural language generation evaluation […]

Welcome to the dark side: GitLab 13 ships with easy ECS deploys, infra as code help, and more

This year’s major GitLab release has been pushed out, fitting the DevOps platform with what every user of […]

What’s the point: Google AI advances, Git security updates, and API gateway Gloo

Google’s AI teams used the comparatively quiet post-easter days to get ML practitioners up to speed with their […]

Git moves to new defaults in 2.26 release

Version 2.26 of the version management system git is ready for downloading, making version 2 of the transport […]

Git team releases 2.25, takes step towards Perl freedom

Git maintainer Junio C. Hamano has announced the availability of version 2.25 of the source control system, which […]

Git gets more friendly, introduces Code of Conduct and feature macros

Version 2.24 of popular version control system Git is now available, improving the project’s graph handling, and configuration […]

Never understood GitHub Desktop? Version 2.2 wants to school you

Version 2.2 of GitHub’s Git client is out, fitted with a slew of helpers to onboard those not […]

GitHub spits out release, while Bitbucket refocuses

GitHub Enterprise Server 2.18 is here, offering simplified project management and enhanced security features to the company’s commercial […]