Finally, the negotiation is over now. Microsoft has acquired GitHub with of course a great value is still hidden in the secret bucket of both companies. However, soon the tech giant is going to announce publicly that it has acquired this code repository company.
Basically, GitHub is a vast code depository platform where developers and companies hosting their projects, documentation, and code. Even Apple, Amazon, and Google are not out of the list of using GitHub. By the way, along with hosting Microsoft’s own original Windows File Manager source code to GitHub, the company is also the uppermost contributor to the site that has more than 1,000 employees actively pushing code to repositories on GitHub.
Furthermore, Microsoft is additionally utilizing the open source of GitHub to control framework for its Windows advancement, and the organization even conveyed SQL Server to Linux, Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code, which gives engineers a chance to assemble and investigate web and cloud applications.
Microsoft’s GitHub acquisition will likely to be mean that the company will now start to see even closer integration between Microsoft’s developer tools and services.