Have you noticed the connecting lines missing on your pipelines lately? Here's why
As we will soon start an Auto DevOps design sprint, this article aims to summarize our current knowledge about Auto DevOps, and sets the stage for future discussions.
What did it look like to work in User Experience (UX) at GitLab over the last several years? Take a peek into our time machine.
Developing an internal framework to enable other teams to add Geo support for their features
My experience working for Gitlab traveling from Berlin to New Zealand on short notice
How our Growth team validates design solutions with the smallest experiments possible
Using the GitLab DevOps Platform together with Rasa X can make it easier for stakeholders to deliver a virtual assistant by automating potentially time-consuming, error-prone steps. In this case, we’ve shown how you can build Rasa custom action servers and deploy them to Kubernetes.
In our testing, we found there was confusion in setting up subgroups with a wide range of research participants. We wanted to reduce confusion in setting up subgroups in GitLab.
Are you a designer who is frustrated with only focusing on the next milestone? Do you feel like you have to answer too many questions in every Issue? Do you feel like your product is not making any progress? **Time to Think Bigger!**
GitLab is building Heroku for production apps in hyper clouds, integrated into your DevSecOps workflow: The 5 minute production app.
This article is not another blog post about whether designers should code. Instead, it's the perspective of a GitLab designer learning to contribute.
Crowd-sourcing testing across teams
We talk with bug bounty hunter Alex Chapman about his favorite type of vulnerability to research and the one piece of security advice he’d offer to the company he hacks.
Eight team members from our Security department talk about what they've learned working in Tech and what advice they’d offer to someone considering a career in security.