GitHub has revamped its pricing plans to reflect rising interest from big businesses in storing their core code on the cloud, a shift that CEO Chris Wanstrath says was impossible five years ago.
I think every non-sociopath’s first instinct when seeing the title card of the video above—which lives up to its billing, as this is indeed a four-minute clip of a man equipped with a waterproof Glock who uses it to “fish” for lionfish—is one of dread. Oh no, you worry, accurately. Am I really about to watch someone brain scores of defenseless little fish with a goddamn handgun???
Amazon is a massive company that brings in a ton of money but doesn’t necessarily make much profit.
That’s due to its founder and CEO Jeff Bezos. He doesn’t really care that much about making a profit. He’s said as much publicly.
This tends to make it difficult to predict just how Amazon will do in comparison to expectations for its quarterly earnings reports. Amazon’s earning reports tend to be some of the most exciting, but are also frustrating for analysts and investors.
On Thursday, Bezos had yet another surprise for them — a massive chunk of profit from its first quarter of 2016.
Makes for quite a magic trick.