By Mary Jo Foley for All About Microsoft | | Topic: Security Microsoft is acquiring Semmle, a San Francisco based code analysis platform vendor, for an undisclosed amount. Microsoft plans to make Semmle part of its GitHub business, the two companies said on September 18. Semmle was founded in 2006, with the idea that querying source code should work like any other type of data. Since then, its products have been used by Google, Uber, NASA and Microsoft and many open source projects in the name...

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