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Adam and Jerod talk to Kyle Daigle, the Director of Ecosystem Engineering at GitHub. They talk about GitHub Actions, the new automation platform announced at GitHub Universe this past October 2018. GitHub Actions is the next big thing coming out of GitHub with the promise of powerful workflows to supercharge your repos and GitHub experience. Build your container apps, publish packages to registries, or automate welcoming new users to your open source projects — with access to interact with the full GitHub API and any other public APIs, Actions seem to have limitless possibilities.
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- Adam Stacoviak – Twitter, GitHub, Website
Notes and Links
- Learn more information about GitHub Actions
- Read this post by Jessie Frazelle on how a GitHub action works
- Marketplace of GitHub actions (only available to people in the public beta for now)
- Pull Reminders helps you remember to review code and get pull requests merged.
- Future of Software: Developers at the center of the universe
- This org has repos of different GitHub actions for many situations
- Adam logged Sarah Drasner’s list of awesome GitHub actions
- Article from GitLab about the importance of continous integration
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