GitLab first became the standard for self hosting git with two-thirds of the market, then became the next generation CI system, and the next step is creating Auto DevOps. Read on
These are the biggest obstacles preventing developers from getting work done – and how to tackle them.
Brandon Foo, co-founder and CEO of Polymail (YC S16), recently sat down with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij.
Although the learning curve can pose a challenge, teams have a real incentive to transition to Git.
With so many options out there, here's what you need to weigh up when deciding on a CI/CD tool.
More than half of developers say they release code prematurely. What can you do about it?
Security is a major concern during the development process — innersourcing can help.
CI/CD frees up your team to spend their time on developing features customers want.
Nearly two-thirds of developers say that chat and collaboration tools are integral to their everyday work. Here’s why.
Find out how we used a continuous approach to release Review Apps early and improve on it in small iterations.
Traditionally, engineers may have been shielded from the "business parts" of the organization. In today’s technology landscape, that’s no longer a viable option.
The way developers work has changed, and they’re opting to leave behind outdated tools.
77% of developers say Continuous Integration is integral to their everyday work – we break down what that means.
Is Kubernetes the way forward? We chatted to Ev Kontsevoy, CEO of Gravitational and unofficial Kubernetes cheerleader, to get the lowdown