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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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Firefox is an open source web browser from Mozilla.
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Global Game Jam

January 20, 2025 - January 26, 2025 • Worldwide

The GGJ is the world's largest game creation event taking place around the globe boasting tens of thousands of participants (jammers) at hundreds of physical and virtual sites in over one hundred countries around the world.
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Depfu

Depfu is the best way for busy teams to keep their app dependencies up-to-date. We believe doing small, easy to assess updates regularly and supported by automation is a lot easier than falling behind and having to update everything at once.

We support all Ruby projects using Bundler, all JS projects using npm or Yarn, all Elixir projects using Hex and all PHP projects using Composer. Lock files are handled automatically.

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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.

  • Updated Jul 23, 2024
  • Rust
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Codecov | Code Coverage

Codecov provides highly integrated tools to group, merge, archive and compare coverage reports.

  1. Uploads coverage reports from your CI
  2. Merges all builds and languages into one beautiful, coherent report.
  3. Displays coverage data in GitHub Files tab

Highly detailed pull request comments and customizable commit statuses will improve your team's workflow and code coverage incrementally.

Always free for public repositories!