To clarify, GitHub hygiene is a term that I use to describe the practice of keeping GitHub repositories healthy.
Some of you have probably noticed I have been doing this more recently. With this in mind, I thought I would share what I have been doing in this post for a couple of reasons.
First of all, to help raise awareness about some of the best practices I have been doing.
Secondly, because I am interested to get feedback from other members of the Microsoft Data Platform community about this. For example, do you also follow the same practices?
This is a reminder that there’s a lot you can include in a GitHub repo aside from the code itself.