Security Best Practices with Github​​​​​​​ — Free eBook

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GitHub is an integral part of a developer’s workflow. No matter what organization or development team you go to, GitHub is ever-present in some form. It is used by over 65 million developers, 3 million organizations and hosts over 200 million repositories. Due to its sheer size and in comparison to other market offerings, it is the largest source code host in the world.

GitHub’s market dominance is propelled by its ease of use and is extensively supported, especially by major cloud providers such as AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud. A range of users and their level of expertise use GitHub — from hobbyists to large enterprise organizations.

GitHub is an integral part of a developer’s workflow

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