Displaying items by tag: Nat Friedman

Friday, 15 November 2019 12:06

GitHub sells its soul and ethics for US$200,000

GitHub officials have kept silent in public about the protests staged at the venue of the company's annual user conference on Wednesday, but at a private media session chief executive Nat Friedman was quizzed about it.

Published in Open Sauce

Global open-source software lifecycle platform, GitHub, commenced its annual conference with a raft of announcements aimed at improving developer’s daily experiences and removing blocks.

Published in Open Source

GitHub's deal with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has come back to embarrass it at the wrong time, with a number of employees resigning at the time the company is holding its annual user conference.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 09 January 2019 10:55

GitHub to offer free private repositories

Source code repository GitHub will offer free private repositories to developers from now on, the company has announced.

Published in Development

The Linux Foundation, the organisation that plays a role in financing the development of the Linux kernel, has welcomed Microsoft's acquisition of the source code repository, GitHub.

Published in Strategy

If Microsoft thought that selecting Nat Friedman to head its new acquisition, GitHub, would help burnish its open-source credentials, then it has made a big mistake.

Published in Open Sauce

Software behemoth Microsoft has announced that it is acquiring software code repository GitHub for US$7.5 billion (A$9.79 billion) in Microsoft stock.

Published in Strategy

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