A new GitLab team-member shares her experience of being recruited to GitLab, as well as some advice for potential candidates. Read on
The group responsible for the Monitor stage at GitLab recently got together to decide on new product features with a facilitated design session.
We're shining a light on some of the initiatives we're proud to support, helping us to give back and foster a global community of women in technology.
Our compensation structure is known to spark controversy, so we want to give an update on our latest iteration on team member salaries.
At GitLab, remote isn’t a business operations risk, it’s a competitive advantage.
Git can be useful for more than just coding and operations. It can help you run your entire business – here's how we do it.
Remote teams offer flexibility, reduce company costs, and increase productivity.
Monthly updates to investors and team members ensure transparency and open communication.
Meet the GitLab team-members working to inspire the next generation to pursue careers in STEM.
One GitLab team-member shares how switching from a frontend engineer to a UX designer has been a rewarding experience.
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.