Denys Lashchevskyi // Betsson
A beginner’s guide to running and managing custom CodeQL queries
Transform your code into a structured database that you can use to surface security vulnerabilities and discover new insights.
Feross Aboukhadijeh // Socket
Do your part to secure the open source supply chain
We're just beginning to reckon with new security risks introduced by the tangled web of dependencies in our apps.
Will Larson // Calm
Move past incident response to reliability
We once relied on crossed fingers and optimism as our first line of defense, but there’s a better way.
Middleware for web applications: it’s not just for enterprises
Write cleaner, more maintainable code—and reuse it in many different contexts.
Privacy engineering: 8 tips to mitigate risks and secure your data
Understand what can go wrong and how to protect against the most likely scenarios.
John Allspaw // Adaptive Capacity Labs
What we talk about when we talk about ‘root cause’
It’s a lot more nuanced than you might think.
How Rust developers are making the web safer
The Rust programming language makes it easier to build safer software. What will it take to Rust All the Things?
How to write an internal production failure incident communication
What do you say when the system is down?
How InfoSec pros keep open source safe—and how you can help
Security pros talk about what keeps them up at night—and what they’re doing about it.
Coding is usually seen as a solitary activity, but it’s actually the world’s largest community effort led by open source maintainers, contributors, and teams. These unsung heroes put in long hours to build software, fix issues, field questions, and manage communities.
The ReadME Project is part of GitHub’s ongoing effort to amplify the voices of the developer community. It’s an evolving space to engage with the community and explore the stories, challenges, technology, and culture that surround the world of open source.