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Git Merge is the Git community conference, focused on contributors, source control teams, and end-users. Apply now to speak in Berlin for the next edition September 19—20, 2024.

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Git Merge 2024

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Git Merge 2024

September 19, 2024 - September 20, 2024 • Berlin, Germany

Git Merge is a two-day conference dedicated to Git and the people who use it every day.
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ZenHub is the only project management tool that integrates natively within GitHub’s user interface. No lengthy onboarding. No configuration headaches. No separate logins. Developers stay in an environment they love and Project Managers get total visibility into the development process.

Dev teams at companies like NASA, Microsoft, Adobe, Comcast, Docker, VMware, and Leap Motion trust ZenHub's powerful browser extension to help them ship better software.

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NativeLink is an open source high-performance build cache and remote execution server, compatible with Bazel, Buck2, Reclient, and other RBE-compatible build systems. It offers drastically faster builds, reduced test flakiness, and significant infrastructure cost savings.

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Jira Software + GitHub

The Jira and GitHub integration synchronizes development across tools and uses automation to remove manual steps and shorten delivery time.

By connecting your code in GitHub to your projects in Jira, your developers can focus less on updates and more on building great products. And with source code data flowing through Jira, the broader team can visualize deployment data in one place, extract key insights, and build powerful automations in Jira.