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Work directly with GitHub experts on Automation, Security, or Collaboration topics during these 90-minute, hands-on Workshops. Space is limited so reserve your spot today.
All workshop proceeds will be donated to Muskaan Dreams.
Cost: $7 (₹500) per workshop
CI/CD with GitHub Actions
GitHub Actions helps you automate, customize, and execute your software development workflows right within your GitHub repository. In this intermediate-level workshop, we will dive deep into how you can use Actions for your CI/CD pipelines. We will also provide best practices for using Actions within your software automation workflows.
Sr. Director - Software Engineering @ GitHub
Sr. Software Manager @ GitHub
Secure development with CodeQL
CodeQL is the analysis engine used by developers to automate security checks, and by security researchers to perform variant analysis. It allows you to explore source code to find bugs and vulnerabilities. In this beginner-friendly workshop, we will cover some of the basics of CodeQL and its practical applications, along with an example to find vulnerabilities within open source code.
Ambika Prasad Mohanty
Staff Engineering Manager @ GitHub
Software Engineer @ GitHub
Development on the cloud using Codespaces
Hosted by GitHub and powered by Visual Studio Code, Codespaces is an online development environment that allows you to develop entirely in the cloud. In this workshop, you will be provided with exclusive beta access to Codespaces to configure it for your own projects. You'll also learn how to create custom configurations for your Codespaces, and how to better optimize your workflow.
Navin Kumar Balareddy
Sr. Software Engineer @ GitHub
Collaboration on GitHub
GitHub is not just a git-hosting platform, but also a powerful collaboration tool being used by millions of developers all over the world. In this workshop, we’ll dive into some of the collaborative features used by open source maintainers, contributors, and developers—and also touch upon some of the best practices of setting up your development workflows on GitHub.
Principal DevOps Evangelist and Consultant @ StatusNeo