Github charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Github.

You might see Github listed on your credit card statement as:
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Github could appear on your statement as:

What is Github?

GitHub is a well-known web-based platform service aimed at enhancing the collaborative coding experience for software developers. It provides an enormous code-sharing repository filled with open-source software projects and is also a social platform that allows developers to frame their profiles, follow each other, and host and review code. Additionally, the platform offers a range of features, such as bug tracking, project management, and team communication, which makes it easier for developers to write cleaner, more efficient code. GitHub is a popular platform used by millions of developers every day, including some of the biggest tech companies like Microsoft, Facebook, and Google.

Top 5 products and services provided by Github are:

  1. Git: The distributed version control system used for source code management.
  2. Github Pages: Enables users to create websites by simply uploading HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files without a back-end server.
  3. Github Actions: This service automates development workflows within Github, such as building, testing, and deploying applications.
  4. Github Enterprise: Used by large organizations, this service provides a cloud-hosted or on-premise version of Github.
  5. Github Marketplace: Offers users access to software tools and services, including code quality verification, project management, and code review.

Github website:

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Senior Manager, Accounting, Ramp

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