In this webcast, the GitLab CI team walked us through GitLab's built-in Continuous Integration. Read on
We are excited to announce our partnership with DigitalOcean, the world’s simplest cloud infrastructure provider.
In this post we give you a list of some upcoming events and where you can meet our team.
Join the GitLab CI team to ask questions and find out how to get the most out of the built-in continuous integration with GitLab.
At GitLab we have taken a close look at the Fair Source license to determine if it could apply to our situation.
We are announcing an update to pricing for GitLab Enterprise Edition. We have replaced the three subscription plans with one simplified plan.
This demo is based on GitLab Flow which is lightweight and scales easily for even large teams. Watch the recording.
In this blog post I'll guide you through the Todos feature we introduced in GitLab 8.5 and also tell you how this feature came to life.
We're delighted to announce GitLab Swag Shop is now opened! We're starting with essentials: Some nifty t-shirts and stickers.
In our latest webcast, we highlighted the new features in GitLab 8.5. This was a really feature-packed release.
We're delighted to announce that GitLab Community Edition has been accepted as a project for the upcoming Rails Girls Summer of Code.
Gitlab is proud to participate in the Apple TV App Challenge! Apps are the future of TV, and AppLovin aims to cultivate the nascent tvOS dev community.
In order to help to expand these initiatives, we’re offering $500 to any diversity in tech event globally.
On Friday the 22nd, in Tradition in San Francisco we held a party to celebrate our 50th (!!) monthly release of GitLab.
On January 22nd we'll release our 50th monthly release. We want to take this time to celebrate this milestone with GitLab users.
At GitLab we'll tell you to make small merge requests, review and merge often. But in the real world, you have to build a complex feature that requires weeks and thousands of changes.