GitHub Coders are always doing something apart from the trend and make their own pattern by following some fresh keywords and Hash Tags. But this time GitHub coders are doing something apart from the usual way and introduces a keyword ‘Remove Password.’
Developers at Enzuke, While wandering across GitHub managed to observe a pattern as GitHub developers and coders are using “Remove Password” in code commit comment while removing hard coded passwords from their repositories. This new trend is not just using by just a bunch of GitHub coders instead developers at a huge number following the same pattern of using “Remove Password” in code commit comment of their repositories.
GitHub “Remove Password” in code commit comment breakthrough
As many new developers are joining every day to GitHub, they finally found why GitHub is essential for developers, and they are also learning the real swag of these coders and developers to make most out of the community. These patterns and Hashtags actually have a great contribution in keeping the developers motivated towards their work and development processes as these things make the community enjoyable and keep the flow going with some entertainment.
Below in the screenshot, you can see at a big scale coders are using the “Remove Password” in code commit comment of their repositories.
Not very usually but these trends keep evolving out continuously at some interval of time. Not only on GitHub but sometimes the same patterns we observe to CodePen repositories too, and they are fascinating.
Founder and CEO of Pentester Academy and SecurityTube Vivek Ramachandran also posted about this “Remove Password” in code commit comment for repositories, as now people are observing this thing all over the globe.
So, if you are a GitHub coder and still not familiar with the trend, go and just search GitHub for the keyword “Remove Password” and don’t forget to comment down what you have in mind about these interesting trends.