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GitHub CEO Nat Friedman (left) and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (right)

A group of Microsoft and GitHub employees have come out in support of Chinese tech workers protesting the infamous ‘996’ work hours

Microsoft and GitHub employees wrote a letter to stand up against the censorship of 996.ICU, which is about illegal tech working conditions in China.
Shanku Niyogi, GitHub's SVP of Product

He led open source projects in Microsoft’s early days of exploring it. Now he’s returning as GitHub’s new product head

GitHub just hired a new product head Shanku Niyogi, who led open source projects at Google and Microsoft. Niyogi explains why he's joining GitHub.
Incoming GitHub CEO Nat Friedman (left) and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (right)

As many as 11,543 Microsoft employees got swept up in a reply-all email apocalypse

Not even Microsoft employees are immune from getting caught in companywide reply-all email storms.
Incoming GitHub CEO Nat Friedman (left) and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (right)

The 10 most popular programming languages, according to the ‘Facebook for programmers’

GitHub's annual Octoverse report reveals the top 10 most popular programming languages in the world.
GitHub CEO Nat Friedman (left) and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (right)

GitHub makes its first major move since Microsoft bought it for $7.5 billion — and it’s something customers have long been asking for

GitHub has launched free, private code repositories — something that customers have long been asking for.
Incoming GitHub CEO Nat Friedman (left) and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella (right)

GitHub is now officially part of Microsoft following the close of its $7.5 billion acquisition

Microsoft acquired the developer platform for $7.5 billion in a deal first reported in June by Business Insider. Now, it's time for GitHub's new CEO Nat Friedman to get down to business.
Chris Wanstrath, co-founder of GitHub

Here’s a look at GitHub Actions, GitHub’s new feature that’s like ‘Apple Shortcuts, but for code.’

GitHub announced a new feature today called GitHub Actions, which will simplify the process of building and executing code.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has embraced more open-source initiatives for the company.

Microsoft will let anyone use 60,000 of its key software patents as it moves to play more nicely with open source developers

Microsoft announced that it's joining the Open Invention Network, an open-source patent community.