Notifications from GitHub can be quite a pain, as they send a lot of emails. This leads to many developers ignoring the important emails they receive.

To reduce this spam and to make the notifications have value, make sure to configure your GitHub Notifications

The important one here is to make sure the item marked Send notifications for failed workflows only is checked, so that you receive emails for failures in your deployments.

https://www.ssw.com.au/rules/github-notifications

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About the speakers

About the speakers

Luke Parker

ALuke is a Software Architect at SSW, specialising in .NET and Clean Architecture. He blogs at lukeparker.dev about difficult or exciting topics for the modern Microsoft developer. He is also an organiser for the local Brisbane Full Stack User Group

Luke is passionate about the future of web development with .NET through Blazor, and the upcoming unification of UI through MAUI. Luke loves many stages of the Software Development Lifecycle, having spearheaded all of them for many personal projects, including:

Source Control
Project Management (e.g. GitHub Issues)
Team Coordination
DevOps
Development

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