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In this weekly post, we like to welcome new members to the GitHub Community Forum and make it easy to find out about some of the week’s hottest topics and important events.
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This Week’s Happenings
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From the GitHub Blog
The most important thing you can teach your students is how to learn more on their own. Your students start the semester at varying technical levels, and computer science concepts can be difficult to grasp. You won’t be able to fit everything you’d like to teach in the short time you have with them. With this in mind, you need a way to boost learning and take your classroom from studying syntax to solving real problems with code. That’s where hackathons can help.
GitHub Enterprise Cloud recently finished a security audit with the release of SOC 1 and 2 Type 2 reports.
GitHub Classroom is more efficient and reliable than ever before with performance improvements.
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