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translated paragraph Preston-Werner’s bet has paid off and Git to the…

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[[Preston-Werner’s bet has paid off. GitHub is now profitable. Users can sign up for free and start contributing, but they pay money if they want to privately host code there — starting at $7 per month. GitHub also sells an enterprise product that lets companies run your own version of GitHub behind the corporate firewall. That starts at $5,000 per year, but can cost hundreds of thousands annually for companies with hundreds of coders.]]
-Preston-Werner’s bet has paid off. GitHub is now profitable. Users can sign up for free and start contributing, but they pay money if they want to privately host code there — starting at $7 per month. GitHub also sells an enterprise product that lets companies run your own version of GitHub behind the corporate firewall. That starts at $5,000 per year, but can cost hundreds of thousands annually for companies with hundreds of coders.
+A aposta de Preston-Werner se pagou. O GitHub é agora lucrativo. Usuários podem se registrar gratuitamente e começar a contribuir, mas eles podem pagar dinheiro se quiserem hospedar código privado por lá — iniciando em $7 dólares por mês. O GitHub também vende uma versão enterprise do produto que permite as empresas rodarem sua própria versão do GitHub atrás do seu firewall corporativo. Esta inicia em $5,000 dólares por ano, mas pode custar centenas de milhares de dólares anualmente para empresas com centenas de desenvolvedores.
[[Ironically, though, GitHub’s die-hard fans don’t include Torvalds, who briefly moved Linux kernel development to GitHub last September following a security breach at its old home.]]
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