GitHub India Aims To Support 40 Million Indian Developers And 100 Million Projects

Anil - Feb 14, 2020


GitHub India Aims To Support 40 Million Indian Developers And 100 Million Projects

Indian developers are truly creating the future of technology, according to GitHub COO Erica Brescia.

For tech-savvy individuals, GitHub is known as an ideal haven when they need to store, manage or share programming code. In order to enhance the footprint across the globe, the company recently announced its plan to open a new subsidiary in the Asia-Pacific region, GitHub India.

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Indian developers are truly creating the future of technology, according to GitHub COO Erica Brescia.

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Since India became its third-largest community with a significant user base, GitHub has even witnessed a sharper increase in the country as the recent year-on-year growth clocked at 22 percent. The company’s COO Erica Brescia said at a conference that Indian developers are truly creating the future of technology. As such, a local team will strengthen the collaboration and relationship with not only developers but also enterprises in India.

The business strategy of GitHub India will be conducted by General Manager Manesh Sharma. By establishing several teams including marketing and services, customer support, sales, community, and engineering, all these units are ready to work in the coming months to support 40 million developers and over 100 million projects.

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Well-known partners of GitHub India include Aris Global and Swiggy.

Aside from offering the service, GitHub India will also team up with organizations to better the customer experiences with an advanced supply chain across industries. Well-known partners that are powering their businesses on GitHub-backed platform include Aris Global and Swiggy.

India meanwhile is home to a tremendous number of student programmers, hoping to achieve several ambitions in digital transformation. As committed by GitHub India, such communities will get support from the company through dedicated programs like GitHub Hackathon Grant and GitHub Education.

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