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Core Team member Vitaliy Klachkov shares how he started contributing to GitLab.
Our top-tier SaaS and self-managed offerings are now free to educational institutions and open source projects. Find out how to apply.
The acquisition of GitHub by Microsoft is validation of the growing influence of software developers in the world.
We’re excited to welcome free software project GNOME to the GitLab community.
How one company helps video editors, developers, and project managers to collaborate on interactive video, by leveraging the power of open source.
Six compelling reasons why, warm fuzzy feelings aside, contributing to open source is good for your career.
Combining flexibility and structure: why we decided to use GitLab.com for all UnscrewMe documentation and code to keep an overview, always find the relevant information quickly, and easily track progress.
Guest author Paul Hibbitts shares how he combines GitLab with the flat-file CMS Grav to provide an open, collaborative and flexible environment that partners with his institution's LMS.
NYU reproducibility librarian Vicky Steeves shares why GitLab is her choice for ongoing collaborative research, and how it can help overcome challenges with sharing code in academia.
Stitch CEO and co-founder Jake Stein sits down for a pick your brain meeting with GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij.
Seven free software solutions to cover your most important use cases.
We're migrating all of our working tools to open source ones, and moving to GitLab has made all the difference.
With a magical combination of number of commits, authors, issues and merge requests, we're in great company with other open source projects with momentum.
The results are in – our 2016 Global Developer Survey revealed that open source tools are most preferred by developers the world over. Why?