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July 15, 2014 FCW.COM 25 BY LUKE FRETWELL Every morning, the rst waking task most humans perform is checking email or the latest updates on their social media accounts. For develop- ers, that initial daily x is GitHub, the social coding platform that has cap- tured the hearts of millions of hack- ers and tech enthusiasts around the world. The social network for professional developers and everyday hackers aims to bring distributed, open collabora- tions to the world, one repository at a time, and it s beginning to nd its way into government. Founded in 2008 by P.J. Hyett, Chris Wanstrath and Tom Preston-Werner, the San Francisco- based company claims 6 million peo- ple have created more than 13 million repositories to date on its platform. With an ever-growing population of users, an aggressive expansion of features and more than $100 million in venture capital funding, GitHub is going beyond just a tool for the tech elite and is poised to be Silicon Valley s next big public offering. The term "GitHub" is a riff on the open-source distributed version con- How it works GOVERNMENT OPEN What started as a version control system for code has become a platform for ideas and collaboration GITHUB: A SWISS ARMY KNIFE FOR
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