This week on dW, and Chris Wanstrath of GitHub

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Check out this week’s content highlights, then listen to our interview with Chris Wanstrath, founder of GitHub, the popular web-based hosting service for projects that use the Git revision control system. Chris talks about creating GitHub, about the user-based, collaborative interface that GitHub employs, and about his love for neo-classical heavy metal music.
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