- GitHub Copilot for Business has launched to help developers write code faster, with an AI-powered tool that can improve the quality of code suggestions.
- The tool, which costs $19 per month, guarantees a 55% increase in coding speed and automatically blocks common insecure code suggestions.
- GitHub plans to integrate AI into every aspect of developer experience, from coding to deploying code.
GitHub Copilot for Business has launched officially to help developers write codes faster. In a press release on Valentine’s Day, Thomas Dohmke said that the tool guarantees 55% increase in coding speed and generates about 46% of the total code written.
The Microsoft-owned open source company previewed the tool back in 2021 and mentioned that the business version is available to developers, teams, organisations and enterprises, not just individuals.
It is said to be an improvement on the former Copilot tool as it uses a more powerful AI to improve the quality of code suggestions. In addition, automatically blocks common insecure code suggestions and works with VPNs to allow developers use it in any kind of environment.
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The GitHub Copilot for Business tool costs $19 per month, which is $9 more than the individual version but it comes with simple license management, organisation-wide policy management, privacy, and corporate proxy support. A company can obtain a license and assign seats to their developers, even those that don’t use GitHub platform primarily.
“For an organization, developers fixing bugs faster means your product and supply chain is more secure. Developers manually writing less boilerplate over and over again means your teams are more productive and focused. Developers being able to learn and onboard new technologies means they can deliver better solutions for your customers,” GitHub CEO said in his release.
In the future, GitHub plans to integrate AI into every aspect of developer experience from coding to pulling request to deploying code.
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