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Explore and manipulate your JSON data, all from within your command line.
Created by community member @antonmedv

Look for it in the next

github.com/antonmedv/fx 

GitHub, GitLab, Atlassian—all on the main stage at to discuss Git and version control for enterprise teams. Get your ticket today.
git-merge.com/ 

Something in the reaction bar seems different.
Looks like new emoji options just shipped!

Learn how to automatically build and test code using our newest GitHub Learning Lab courses:
Continuous Integration with CircleCI and
Continuous Integration with Travis CI!
lab.github.com/courses 

me in 2009 l me in 2019

Want to jam alongside peers in-person?
Find a jam site near you globalgamejam.org/2019/jam-sit

Let's get gaming!
The world's biggest game jam kicks off next weekend (!)
Sign up to join in and create a game in 48 hours.
globalgamejam.org 

Fish aren't (just) friends or food anymore—they're the “friendly interactive shell”!
And they recently reached 3.0

Look for them in the next
fishshell.com 

We're kicking off the conversation on OSS sustainability and talking about:
- Scaling projects
- Scaling communities
- Maintenance (and more!)
Tell us what you think github.blog/2019-01-17-lets-ta

We're kicking off the conversation on OSS sustainability and talking about:
- Scaling projects
- Scaling communities
- Maintenance (and more!)
Tell us what you think github.blog/2019-01-17-lets-ta

If you're craving an 8-bit webpage like your favorite video game...

There's a CSS framework for that (created w by @bc_rikko).

Look for it in the next
github.com/nostalgic-css/NES.c

You committed your code using GitHub Desktop. What’s next?

With GitHub Desktop 1.6, we’re helping free up your brain cycles to tackle the things that matter.
Keep your momentum with suggested next steps.
blog.github.com/2019-01-17-git

Ever feel like your web notifications vanished into thin air ? Not a problem anymore—just mark a notification 'unread' and easily find it when you need it.

RT @ScottDevTweets
Just noticed @gatsbyjs has passed 30k 's on @github

Well done @kylemathews, @jlengstorf, @chrisbiscardi, @SchauDustin and the rest of the team github.com/gatsbyjs/gatsby

Looking for resources to check and test tools like HTTPie and HTTP Prompt?

Use @kennethreitz's HTTP Bin!
Featured in December's
httpbin.org _

HTTP Prompt, by @eliangcs, is an interactive command-line HTTP client featuring autocomplete

For those days when you need a little prompting in your command line.

Look for it in December's
http-prompt.com/ 

If you're in need of a great CLI tool to use with HTTP servers, RESTful APIs, and web services you're in luck.

HTTPie from @jakubroztocil is the perfect solution
Part of December's
httpie.org/ 

Large, multiple, copy-pasting diffs, viewing all changes in one pane...
They're all problems of the past.

Atom's TextBuffer is here to save your day (and your browser).
blog.github.com/2019-01-10-vie

The Git community works better together
And across industries!

Take sessions at Git Merge on version control for gaming, law and more.
git-merge.com/ 

Bringing you even more ways to build on GitHub in 2019.
How?

With unlimited free private repositories and a new unified business offering!
blog.github.com/2019-01-07-new