Coding accessibility: Building autonomy with AI
After bringing Braille to the digital world and creating the first screen reader for the web, Dr. Asakawa is now working on an AI-enabled suitcase to help blind people navigate the world independently.
THE README PODCAST // EPISODE 33
Powering public goods
Exploring developer happiness through the vibrant Laravel community and the impact of digital public goods on open source, AI models, Wikipedia, and more.
Realizing potential with AI
Anton uses AI to write code and tackle more projects.
Formatters, linters, and compilers: Oh my!
Harness the power of generative AI for software development
Tools like GitHub Copilot and ChatGPT can change the way you build software.
Gio Lodi // Automattic
Accelerate test-driven development with AI
Get faster feedback loops by letting GitHub Copilot augment your TDD workflow.
The unique origins of open source in machine learning
How open source came to dominate machine learning and what that means for today.
From gaming with your eyes to coding with AI: New frontiers for accessibility
With open source, developers with disabilities can contribute, collaborate, and participate like never before.
Coding is usually seen as a solitary activity, but it’s actually the world’s largest community effort led by open source maintainers, contributors, and teams. These unsung heroes put in long hours to build software, fix issues, field questions, and manage communities.
The ReadME Project is part of GitHub’s ongoing effort to amplify the voices of the developer community. It’s an evolving space to engage with the community and explore the stories, challenges, technology, and culture that surround the world of open source.