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We use Github for all our code and development at GoSquared. Github Issues is incredibly versatile as a system for team dev tasks.
Just use GitHub.
easy integration with other apps, secure access, personal account is fairly priced, though business account pricing is expensive with BitBucket being free
We're a very engineering focused company so having everything, even non technical tasks, as Github issues/wiki's gives us one common tool that we all use regularly instead of having different information in different tools. We even se github as an Applicant Tracking System for interview with each candidate being an open issue that moves through milestones.
Works as advertised.
I think it was sensational 5 years back but doesn't really offer any additional value and they have revised the UX multiple times with no real benefit.
Github issues are weak, but we also don't invest a lot of effort into any sort of bug tracking. So this is partly a process/discipline issue on our end.
Great for publicly discussing issues with community. Helps that I have an open source product.
Defacto code repo. Although rushed, we still enforce the "git flow" models with branches and PRs so we're aware of what's going on.
For development tasks, GItHub Issues is the best way to tie tasks to PRs. For us: creating/labeling an issue = backlog; setting a milestone = next; assigning a developer = in progress; closing an issue = done.
Github is the market leader and everyone that matters uses it.
We keep our code in Github, it has integration with Jira.
+ mostly all open-source - do not have a lot of features which already has gitlab
Github of course. What else could be !?
Github is the easiest place to share your code with your team. With it's clean and intuitive design, you can access everything that you need to with just a few clicks. It makes everything from issue tracking to pull requests a total breeze.
Easy to use and track project
Cannot have private repos whitout pay
Default choice of deveopers
Good UI, excellent collaboration features, lots of compatible tools (the GitHub app is great even for non-technical), and advanced use is easy thanks to webhooks/API/apps.
Github is great because every developer is there and you can reach a wide audience for open source projects, but it gets more complicated when you have issues that run through multi disciplinary trams
Primarily due to habit from undertaking a lot of MOOCs. Thereby it has a brilliant database of latest research and up-to-date forums.
Familiar UX for many developers.
It’s github, what’s not to love?
Seems everyone uses it.
Github is pretty damn good, and the issues tracking is ok for up to 100 issues or so (haven't used it on a larger scale)
Fast, ubiquitous, and easy to use
Pretty much the convention
Github is the Gold Standard in commercial software development tools. If you're prototyping an idea, checkout Github Pages and Jekyll. No hassle landing pages which takes much of the heavy lifting off your hands :-)
It works. Nothing special.
Good integrations. Review feature is pretty good. Permissioning is somewhat limited. E.g. no way to allow assignment of reviewers without granting write access.
The best way to manage your source code.
They're the leaders in the space, so pretty much everyone has used them. I haven't found a compelling reason to evaluate a competitor.
Kind of the standard, not really sure why you'd go anywhere else. Works well and we manage everything through pull requests.
As a founder responsible for our product, design and engineering teams, Github was absolutely essential. Besides core Git-based functionality, we loved how other services easily integrated into our Github accounts and repositories. We used tags to mark releases (and rollback if we encountered any production issues that snuck by our QA and staging environments), robustly used commits, pull requests and general codebase hygiene to map closely to our Agile-ish processes and helped immensely with things like code reviews and pair programming.
Best in class for repository hosting.
Best way to manage your source code
We've been using Github for 4+ years to manage 10+ repos for an engineering team of 10-20 engineers in two different locations. It works. No complaints.
Git add .; Git commit; Git pull --rebase; Git push;
Does everything I need. Only gripe is about permissions. There should be per-repo permissions...
Its the best!
Easy to use. Great features for developers
We are active open-source contributors, both to our own repositories and to others'. GitHub is the place to be.
We use GitHub Issues to keep our bug and feature requests close to where the fix is. You can also cross reference pull requests and issues with simple IDs that resolve into rich links.
Integrated with all our engineering work. We use Projects+Issues to track Design and Engineering work through to shipping.
Best place to host code, and manage code workflows.
Well supported by third party tools. Most developers will have experience with it.
Fast. Easy. Clean. Effective
The hackers that I work with seem to really love it.
Everyone knows how to use it, and overall it works.
Good community. They've been good to our open source project (Font Awesome), so we feel plenty of loyalty.
Works great. Excellent design. We haven't had any problems.
Free, simple, accessible.
We're open source so it was kind of a no-brainer. We love Gitlab too, but our community is on Github.
our day to day tools to manage project, code and documentation.
Ties all of our bugs with actionable development. We're very product heavy company, so this works great.
It's simple, used correctly it solves everything. Non-devs find it weird, but I've convinced plenty to get a GitHub account and trust all the progress bars.
Simple and effective. Gets brought into Zenhub where we can prioritize and assign from there.
Works well, is already right next to the codebase
Hard to achieve a productive workflow, since we don't use github for code too.
Not only for repository management, but I use the ticketing for tracking tasks. @zenhub is a good addon with this.
Recommend Github for small companies, Jira for bigger ones. We’re moving to Jira now, the transition is important.
Good till a point. We will likely migrate within a year to something more ‘professional.’
Engineering tasks are exclusively tracked on Github Issues.