GitHub is an online marketplace that provides students and professionals with social coding tools.
GitHub’s headquarters are in San Francisco, California. The parent company of GitHub is Microsoft Corporation since June 2018. The last round of funding for GitHub was a round “Series B” for $ 251 million in June 2015. The main competitor of GitHub is SourceForge, headed by Logan Abbott, who is their president. GitHub has 1,338 followers.
GitHub’s Competitors, Revenue, Number of Employees, Funding, Acquisitions & News
Github top competitors include: SourceForge, Codementor, HackHands, Unroll.me, Gitlab, Wizpert, AirPair, SpamDrain, PaperKarma, Codecademy, code121, Alight PR and Miserve.
Together they raised over 479.4M between their estimated 1.7K employees. GitHub’s revenue ranks 1st among its top 10 competitors. On average, the top 10 competitors are 36M. GitHub has 1,800 employees and ranks 1st among the top 10 competitors. The average number of 10 best competitors is 251.
- Website: github.com
- Social Media Links: LinkedIn Facebook Twitter
- Founded: 2008
- Est. Annual Revenue: $300M
- Est. Employees: 1,800
- Headquarters: 548 4th Street San Francisco, California 94107
SourceForge is the main competitor of GitHub. SourceForge was founded in 1999 in La Jolla, California. SourceForge competes in the field of Application Software. SourceForge brings in $300 million less profit than GitHub.
Codementor is perceived as one of the largest competitors of GitHub. Codementor is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, and was founded in 2013. Codementor company works in the field of business support services. Codementor generates 1.00% of GitHub revenue.
HackHands is one of the main competitors of GitHub. HackHands is a private company, which was founded in San Francisco, California in 2013. Like GitHub, HackHands also works in the Internet software industry. HackHands has 1,780 fewer employees than GitHub.