By some counts, GitHub is an enterprise software company. They have millions of users, they build something called GitHub Enterprise and their software is absolutely vital to the workflow of thousands of companies.
Most people would agree, though, that GitHub’s enterprise app is far removed from the traditional view of enterprise software. So, what sets them apart from the companies who build the enterprise software that everybody hates?
In this episode of Everybody Hates Enterprise Apps, GitHub engineer Mark Tareshawty discusses how they build software and, in particular, how they build enterprise-scale software that people love.