GitHub’s gift to paying developers — unlimited private repositories

Today GitHub changes its pricing structure for both individual developers and organizations. As well as simplifying pricing, the change also sees the introduction of unlimited private repositories, representing a real term financial saving. The new pricing means that developers now just have two options to choose from: individual accounts for $7 per month, or organization accounts for $9 per user per month (or $25 per month for the first five users). For individuals, the change means that everyone is now on the same plan, and developers have access to as many repositories as they need. Free accounts still exist, but… [Continue Reading]


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