New Actions on Github

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Chances are pretty good that if you’re a tech recruiter, you’ve spent a little bit of time surfing Github for candidates, and for good reason: since GitHub’s launch in 2008, engineers on over 96 million projects have used the platform to store their code, control their versioning, and collaborate with teammates. It is one of the most impactful tools in the history of software, and it just got a lot more powerful. And it’s that depth of new “power” that sourcers should be concerned about as we look for talent on Github. That’s right! GitHub isn’t content with being the

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