Curated lists and insight into burgeoning industries, topics, and communities.
New to open source? Here’s how to find projects that need help and start making impactful contributions.
Make sure your code matches your style guide with these essential code linters.
See how publications and data-driven journalists use open source to power their newsroom and ensure information is reported fairly and accurately.
This collection of design libraries are the best on the web, and will complete your toolset for designing stunning products. :art:
Drop the code bass with these musically themed repositories.
Sites, apps, and tools built by governments across the world to make government work better, together. Read more at [government.github.com](http://government.github.com).
These tools help you manage servers and deploy happier and more often with more confidence.
Frameworks for building games across multiple platforms.
Some useful and fun browser extensions to personalize your GitHub browser experience.
Fine examples of projects using [GitHub Pages](https://pages.github.com/).
Minecraft is a game about building blocks, but it doesn’t end there. Take Minecraft further with some of the projects below, or dive into the code mines and :hammer: your own!
Resources to help people learn to code
Today, machine learning—the study of algorithms that make data-based predictions—has found a new audience and a new set of possibilities.
Developers in Africa use open source technology to solve some of the world's most intractable problems and grow their business ecosystems. Here's a snapshot of local projects across the continent.
Software, research, and organizations protecting the free and open internet.
Examples of using GitHub to store, publish, and collaborate on open, machine-readable datasets
A showcase of organizations showcasing their open source projects.
From federal governments to corporations to student clubs, groups of all sizes are using GitHub to share, discuss, and improve laws. *Ask not what the repository can do for you...*
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