What do people think of GitHub?
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4.8/5All time (297 reviews)
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In response to "What's your #1 software development tool? 💻"
Writing the code is step 1 but the tools that GitHub provides, especially around actions and workflows, are essential to my software development strategy and make CI/CD that much easier with the same tool I'm alreaddy using for version control.
I am a bit biased as I worked at GitHub for 9 years. I have to say, though, GitHub is fabulous. I cannot even remember how I was working and collaborating on code before GitHub. If I had to pick on something I'd say there's still room for innovation. Especially around code reviews and discussing code.
GitHub is a cornerstone for collaboration in the world of coding and software development. It's a platform that allows developers to host, review, and manage code, making it easier for teams to work together on projects. The ability to track changes, manage versions, and collaborate seamlessly through features like pull requests and issue tracking is invaluable. Plus, its community aspect fosters knowledge-sharing and open-source contributions. It's a powerhouse for developers, enabling efficient teamwork and project management.
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