We've been busting out our bookmarks this month – discover what we've been reading.
GitLab team-members are a passionate group of learners who enjoy reading to strengthen their skills, develop new techniques, and enhance their knowledge.
A recent internal survey revealed that the frontend team culture needed some improvements. Here are some noteworthy steps we took.
How our People Ops team uses GitLab day to day: from onboarding new GitLab team-members to keeping our handbook up to date.
Working remotely comes with great power and great responsibility. Here are a few tips on being efficient and productive.
Working as a remote SDR is a fulfilling career that enables flexibility, a positive work/life balance, and encourages strong bonds with team members.
Resistance to remote work often stems from fears of reduced collaboration, isolation, and complexity – here's why those fears are unfounded.
Guest author Jay Newman recently shadowed our CEO to discover how we move so quickly.
Guest author Nolan Myers hated conference calls. Here's how we changed his mind.
A glimpse of the things I've learned at GitLab since I joined.
Burning out is a common feeling at startups – here's what we're doing to address it at GitLab.
Vincent Jong of SaaS.CEO sits down for a 'pick your brain' meeting with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij.
GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij sits down with Zapier team members to chat about communication challenges in each growing company.
Don't let process hold you back – here are our best practices for working cross-functionally.