GitHub revealed today that it's making a couple of big changes that should be good news for developers of all stripes. First and foremost: private repositories are now available for free to all users. Second, GitHub's Business Cloud and Enterprise services are being unified under one banner, called "Enterprise Cloud."
The biggest news here for most is the launch of free private repositories. Previously, private repositories were only available for those who shelled out $7 per month for a "Pro" account, or for free with a student account. Now, free users will be able to create an unlimited number of private repositories, with the only catch being that you're limited to three collaborators per private repository.
If the limit on collaborators gets in the way, you can upgrade to a "Pro" account to invite an unlimited number of collaborators and get access to advanced code review tools.
For those using GitHub in enterprise environments, the service's Business Cloud and Enterprise services are now unified in one offering. The new Enterprise Cloud plan will let organizations and businesses access cloud and self-hosted GitHub configurations for a single per-user price.
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