GitLab teamed up with The Last Mile to bring open source DevOps and tech mentorship to incarcerated populations across the United States. Read on
Community contributions and an open integration framework allows anyone to extend GitLab Secure
Extensive CI/CD adoption and easier contributions are just a couple of the benefits of #movingtogitlab for GNOME.
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.
A shortage of COBOL programmers is causing delays in processing unemployment claims and small business loans. We’re hoping our community can help.
Open source pioneer Git is 15 years old. Here is our guide to making the most of it.
Learn how to compare commits, delete stale branches, and write aliases to save you some time. It's time to dust off your command line and Git busy!
A look at Git Merge 2020 and a look forward to the next decade of remote, async, and powerful source code management.
GitLab recently spent time with Ask Media Group and AWS to discuss how modernizing from self-hosted to a cloud native system empowers developers.
Work faster with this experimental Partial Clone feature for huge Git repositories, saving you time, bandwidth, and storage, one large file at a time.