CI/CD is a foundational piece to modern software development. It's a major brick in the DevOps "Automation" pillar and every company involved in IT has to implement CI/CD or they're already quite far behind the curve.
But implementing CI/CD can be...
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Since moving to GitLab in 2019, Kali Linux has gone from company-only contributions to a growing number of community contributions.
GitLab teamed up with The Last Mile to bring open source DevOps and tech mentorship to incarcerated populations across the United States.
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Open source software community giant KDE finished phase one of their migration to GitLab and has joined our GitLab open source program. Check out what's next for KDE and GitLab.
We've reached an important contributor milestone and added two new members to the Core Team.
Illumina Consulting Group didn’t just sit idle during the pandemic. Here’s how they developed a COVID-19 assessment and analysis tool.
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