How much does the CEO of GitHub make?

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How much does the CEO of GitHub make?

The average GitHub executive compensation is $214,234 a year. The median estimated compensation for executives at GitHub including base salary and bonus is $206,285, or $99 per hour. At GitHub, the most compensated executive makes $427,000, annually, and the lowest compensated makes $65,000. Last updated months ago.

Where is Nat Friedman from?

Nat Friedman
Born Nathaniel Dourif Friedman August 6, 1977
Nationality American
Education Massachusetts Institute of Technology (BS)
Occupation CEO of GitHub

Who is the founder of GitHub?

Tom Preston-Werner
P. J. HyettChris WanstrathScott Chacon
GitHub/Founders

How old is Nat Friedman?

44 years (August 6, 1977)
Nat Friedman/Age

Who owns GitHub now?

Microsoft Corporation
GitHub/Parent organizations

Microsoft acquired GitHub, a popular code-repository service used by many developers and large companies, for $7.5 billion in stock.

How does GitHub make money?

GitHub makes money by offering premium subscription plans to teams and organizations as well as a fee it generates when users purchase third-party apps on their platform. Founded in 2008 and headquartered in San Francisco, California, GitHub has become the leading online collaboration tool for all things software.

When was GitHub founded?

2008
GitHub/Founded
Development of the GitHub.com platform began on October 19, 2007. The site was launched in April 2008 by Tom Preston-Werner, Chris Wanstrath, P. J. Hyett and Scott Chacon after it had been made available for a few months prior as a beta release.

Does Microsoft still own GitHub?

In 2018, Microsoft made one of its priciest acquisitions ever, spending $7.5 billion on code-sharing site GitHub. It wasn’t the cleanest fit. GitHub is used by over 50 million developers who tend to be outspoken, including when it comes to things they dislike about Microsoft.

Is GitHub owned by Google?

Headquartered in California, it has been a subsidiary of Microsoft since 2018. It is commonly used to host open-source projects. As of January 2020, GitHub reports having over 40 million users and more than 190 million repositories (including at least 28 million public repositories).

Is GitHub worth paying for?

GitHub is also a well known web app that makes it easier for collaborators to join in on projects with you. So I think that now, especially since GitHub changed it pricing to be based on users rather than repos, GitHub is definitely worth the expense.

Is GitHub profitable?

But despite its popularity with enterprise users, individual developers and open source projects, GitHub has never turned a profit and chances are the company decided that an acquisition was preferable over trying to IPO. Those building public and open source projects can use it for free.

Is GitHub hosted on Azure?

Easily create code-to-cloud workflows in your repository to build, test, package, release, and deploy to Azure. GitHub Actions for Azure provides native support for deployments to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), the Web Apps feature of Azure App Service, Azure SQL Database, Azure Functions, and more.

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