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With a community of over 22 million developers collaborating on more than 60 million projects, GitHub likes to think of itself as the Facebook for developers. GitHub remains the most famous repository for sharing code, from individual enthusiasts all the way up to General Electric. Even NASA made the source code that took Apollo 11 to the moon available on GitHub in late 2015.

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Mar 22, 2022

Flike Raises $1.6M To Build GitHub For Spreadsheets

Spreadsheets created using Excel or Google Sheets requires complicated, time-consuming workflows to maintain and support for collaborative purposes. Flike is building “GitHub for spreadsheets" to allow for more effective collaboration at scale via automation and version control.
Dec 11, 2020

GitHub Adds Organizations To Sponsors Feature

GitHub has extended its Sponsors function to allow organizations to sponsor projects, not just individuals. GitHub will charge a 10% fee for organizations, but during the beta period this fee is being waived.