New rules and features in Datree allowing you to prevent the use of unlicensed or copyleft licensed open source dependencies in your code, ensuring OSS license compliance.
You can now use GitHub Actions to make CI/ CD pipelines. Read 7 GitHub Actions best practices you should adopt, including on dependencies, secrets, and more.
So you wish to do "git create branch branch-name"? This tutorial will show you the right git commands for creating branches, naming and renaming git branches.
So you wish to "git unstage" files in git? This tutorial will show you the right git commands to remove all or specific staged files from index.
So you wish to "git undo merge" in git? This tutorial will show you the right git commands to cancel a merge to master, even after it’s been committed.
So you wish to "git remove untracked files"? This tutorial will show you the right git commands to remove unused files in your working directory.
So you wish to do a "git force pull"? This tutorial will show you the right git commands to discard your local changes and replace them with your latest commit.
If you’re using AWS Lambda functions, there’s a chance that you recently got an email about Node 8.10 reaching the end of its life. Learn what it means and what you should do next to be prepared to migrate your Node runtime declarations.
The git error "Fatal: refusing to merge unrelated histories" occurs when a user action, such as git merge, can cause the rewriting of history data. It is git's way to ensure the user fully understands the result of their action. Read on how to solve this error.
The git error "Fatal: not a git repository" occurs when you attempt to run a git command but weren't inside a git repository. Read this article for ways to solve this error.
The git error "Remote origin already exists" occurs when you attempt to create a link to a remote repository called origin but a remote with that name is already configured. Read this article on how to fix it.
Top 10 things you should look out for when pushing Kubernetes configurations from development through your deployment process to ensure security and excellence.
We've made Datree better: more policy rules like block out-of-date pull requests, ability to enable rule on any future new repositories, and more insights in status report.
I was working as a developer on a 3-person team. We all wrote in JS and could choose whatever open source we saw fit. Makes sense, right? Except we ended up with 3 parsers in a team of 3.
Our secret pub crawl party during AWS Re:Invent conference in Vegas
Last Friday a security breach involving git repositories was reported. Hackers broke into private repos across GitHub, GitLab, and Bitbucket, wiped them, and asking the
Using GitHub? Read this GitHub pricing guide: how to switch from per-repo to per-user pricing in the most cost efficient way
Use Datree's Docker image policy rule to help Devs avoid using Docker images with security vulnerabilities, or deprecated images.
If you ever tried to get developers to fill out a pull request description template, you’d want this policy rule from Datree.
Datree can help maintainers ensure contributors follow rules like limiting commit subject lines to 50 characters so the entire commit message title will show on GitHub commits history UI.
Datree is on GitHub Marketplace. if you’re already on GitHub, installing Datree is a seamless few-clicks experience, and the billing is unified with your other GitHub apps.
10 most useful git commands guide: the intuitive and actual commands for common git tasks like renaming a branch, removing files, and undoing changes, and more.
Developers spend a lot of time working with git and GitHub, so investing in improving your GitHub practices makes a lot of sense. Implementing best practices in this guide could help the team improve developer productivity and reduce security risks.