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Microsoft is buying Github for $7.5 billion

BGR India Tuesday, 5 June 2018
Microsoft is buying Github for $7.5 billionMicrosoft today said it will buy software development platform GitHub, in a deal worth USD 7.5 billion which will blend two opposite corporate cultures. The tech giant, based in Washington state, is a heavyweight in terms of software whose source codes are not openly available or modifiable, exactly the counter of GitHub’s philosophy. Created in […]
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Microsoft has agreed to buy coding platform GitHub for $7.5 billion in an all-stock deal, the companies announced on Monday. Microsoft said GitHub, which is the world’s leading software development platform, will operate independently to provide an open platform for developers across all...

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