The software hosting service’s CEO comes out with new details on the inquiry surrounding allegations of gender harassment at the company.
Workplace gender discrimination claims against the software hosting service have resulted in an ousted co-founder and a fizzled partnership.
Julie Ann Horvath, a former employee who alleged workplace gender discrimination, blasts the company after an investigation reportedly didn’t find evidence of sexism.
After engineer Julie Ann Horvath alleges gender discrimination and intimidation while working at the software development company, the management launches an investigation.
This story inaccurately described the nature of the allegations. The allegations leveled include harassment, but not sexual harassment. Story and headline have been updated to remove references to sexual harassment.
The site, a repository for open-source code and a popular place to find coding talent, was knocked out of service yesterday and is attacked again today.
Because engineers and designers can post their work for all to see, more and more companies are realizing they can see what people can actually do, not just say they can do.
CEO says the company will use the money to make GitHub work for everyone involved in software development, not just programmers.
Disguised as a legitimate project on GitHub called StealthBit, the malware installs a browser extension to look for and steal BitCoin wallet and account credentials.
A lawsuit from a former employee accused the dating app's co-founders of condoning a "frat-like" environment, in which she was called disparaging names.