GitHub builds collaboration directly into the development process. Work is organized into repositories, where developers can outline requirements or direction and set expectations for team members.
Then, developers simply create a branch to work on updates, commit changes to save them, open a pull request to propose and discuss changes, and merge pull requests once everyone is on the same page.
GitHub helps democratize access to code in a way that brings a new level of transparency to organizations. Collaboration can go beyond the engineering team to include product managers, designers, copywriters, security teams, and more.
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