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Core GitHub features now free for everyone

GitHub is a global company that provides hosting for software development version control using Git. The company’s services are being used by over 40 million users worldwide. Thanks to its popularity, Microsoft decided to purchase the repository service for $7.5bn back in 2018. Now GitHub has announced that “all of the core GitHub features are now free for …

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Apple open-sources its benchmarking software for Swift

Apple has announced today that it is open-sourcing the benchmarking tools which are used to measure performance of code and software written using the Swift programming language. The tools have already been published on GitHub under the open-source Apache license much like the rest of Swift. The announcement was made …

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Github hit by multi-day DDOS attack

The collaborative programming site GitHub has been hit by a sustained denial of service attack over the weekend, with suggestions that China may be behind it. While not entirely clear, it’s thought that the reasoning may be to shut down projects designed to circumvent Chinese censorship tools. At last count …

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