GitHub is a social coding website that enables users to integrate code development, version control, and collaboration into their workflow. GitHub was created for software developers by Chris Wanstrath in 2008, who also founded the company with PJ Hyett. Since its inception, GitHub has become the most popular host of source code in the world and has grown to include more than 20 million users and 65 million repositories.
GitHub-related topics include new user guides, best practices for developers, and information about public repositories. Additional topics related to GitHub include open source software, development tools, and GitLab.