Jason Warner of GitHub talks about meeting the growing appetite for GitHub tools in the enterprise at SpringOne Platform 2017.
With over 24 million active developers working collectively on software projects, GitHub is the planet’s largest, and one of its most recognizable developer platforms. At the heart of GitHub’s vision is the goal of giving developers — regardless of their location — the tools and processes to put good code into production.
“Developers have already bought into this process. The is challenge is how software is pulled into their company walls”
— Jason Warner
The GitHub platform has swelled over the past fours years — going from 10 million repositories in 2013 to 67 million today, with half of its repositories serving commercial code. Jason Warner, SVP of Technology at GitHub talks with Jeff and Ciara about the new GitHub and PCF collaboration, called GitHub on Pivotal Cloud Foundry, which will meet the growing appetite for GitHub tools in the enterprise, with the levels of security, automation, and tooling that allows the developer platform to get more developers writing better code.
Built to Adapt is at SpringOne Platform 2017 to talk to the people leading the world’s largest technological transformations — from challenges to trends, and insights to anecdotes. If you work in technology at any level, you’re going to want to hear from these innovators. Talks are hosted by Jeff Kelly and Ciara Byrne, journalists for Built to Adapt.
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