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Mar 14, 2016

GitLab: In case you missed it

The first two weeks working with GitLab have been full of pleasant surprises and dispelled delusions. If you haven't been following GitLab for the last two years, this post is for you. Read on

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Commits Do Not Equal Productivity

Mar 8, 2016

In this post we'll consider some ways people evaluate or represent productivity, and I ask for your thoughts on what you track and what you think matters.

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GitLab 8.4 Release Webcast - Recording and Slides

Feb 3, 2016

We held our first webcast last week, and we’re so delighted you came along. We looked at new features and improvements included in GitLab 8.4.

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Comparing Confusing Terms in GitHub, Bitbucket, and GitLab

Jan 27, 2016

In this post, we have a handy reference guide to explain some potentially confusing terms, especially if you're new to GitLab.

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Swag matters - share your #swagportrait

Dec 30, 2015

Please let us know about your favourite swag, from stickers to surprises, and don’t forget to share your #swagportrait.

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How we managed 49 monthly releases

Dec 17, 2015

In this article I’ll give you an overview of how we release our product and how it helps our team improve process and documentation.

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Feature Highlight: User preferences to customize GitLab behavior

Nov 5, 2015

Users requested a few customizations to help the UI better fit their daily use. We are happy to share new user preferences in GitLab 8.1.

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6 reasons why pre is better than post production code review

Aug 5, 2015

Six good reasons why you should review code before it's being deployed/ released/ merged.

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How we use GitLab to build GitLab

Jul 7, 2015

Have you ever wondered how GitLab employees use GitLab? Well read this article and get the inside scoop!

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Why deploy on-premises in the SaaS era?

Feb 12, 2015

Take a moment to view some highlights of the reasons why deploying on-premises in SAAS era is not such a bad idea after all.

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Why move to a single code collaboration tool?

Marc Radulescu
Feb 6, 2015

Moving to a single code coolaboration tool streamlines process and allows you to free up valuable resources. Learn more here!

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7 Git personalities, which one are you?

Job van der Voort
Jan 27, 2015

Working on an open source projects we receive many merge and pull requests and see a number of different git personalities. Do you recognize yourself?

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GitHub Enterprise vs GitLab Enterprise Edition

Jan 20, 2015

In this post we discuss the advantages of running GitLab Enterprise Edition, our paid version of GitLab.

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Explaining GitLab bugs

Marc Radulescu
Dec 8, 2014

This blog post will give a short overview on how GitLab bugs are handled, and what you can do after you identify a potential bug in GitLab.

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How GitLab Permissions and Protected Branches Keep Your Code Safe

Job van der Voort
Nov 26, 2014

At GitLab we believe that by preventing force pushes and by stimulating code review practices, mistakes can be easily avoided and code quality will improve.

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Feature highlight: Git Hooks in GitLab Enterprise Edition

Job van der Voort
Aug 25, 2014

Sometimes you need additional control over pushes to your repository. For each project you can have unique Git Hooks.

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