Natfriedman said: "When we announced the acquisition in June, I shared two GitHub principles worth repeating: GitHub will be a community, a platform, and zero businesses will operate independently. This means that GitHub will retain it.DevelopmentPeople's first values, unique spirit and open scalability. We will always support developers to select any language, license, tool, platform or cloud.
GitHub will retain its product philosophy. Microsoft likes GitHub because every aspect of developer experience is deeply caring and considerate. Microsoft understands and respects this, and will continue to build elegant, lively, exquisite tools that developers love.
Natfriedman says he's been meeting hundreds of developers over the past few months because he's prepared for this role, from maintainers to startups to large businesses. The enthusiasm for GitHub is astonishing, and listening to customers will be a central part of GitHub's operations as a company.
In building GitHub's future, Microsoft will first consider three goals: ensuring that GitHub is the best place to run efficient communities and teams, making GitHub available to more developers around the world, maintaining reliability, security, and performance. After the acquisition, Microsoft will first focus on the daily experience of using GitHub and improve core solutions such as search, notification, problem / project, and mobile experience. Microsoft also believes in the strength of the community. When we cooperate with others, we can achieve more goals. As the world's largest developer community, GitHub brings together more than 31 million developers to create, collaborate, share, and build each other's work.
Microsoft's vision is to serve every developer on the planet and make GitHub the best place to build software.