A walk through of creating a quick example project in order to see Dependency Scanning in action.
Job descriptions and the job they represent don't always line up. What does someone working in our Security department actually do?
When you're explaining designs or requesting feedback, it's easy to give too much information. Here are some tips on how you can communicate better as a designer, especially if you're working remotely.
Shortly after my promotion to Staff Product Designer, I was given the opportunity to act as Product Design Manager for CI/CD. These are some of the lessons I learned on design leadership at GitLab.
An overview on how to build a handbook first remote learning culture
A recap of the Learning and Development Mental Health Awareness week
This blog is about how GitLab manages Third Party Security Rating platforms, why we chose to partner with BitSight, and how we are using BitSight’s external validation to increase customer confidence.
Learn about how GitLab can help you make your releases safe, low risk, worry-free, consistent and repeatable
From preventing vulnerabilities to squashing bugs in source code; here’s how our security team has made GitLab more secure in 2020, and where they’ll focus efforts in 2021.
From writing, building, and testing code to reviewing, releasing, and deploying in 5 minutes. Is this possible? Learn which hurdles you might encounter and how to solve them. Spoiler: Without Kubernetes.
The Dependency Proxy helps make pipelines faster and mitigates Docker Hub rate limits.
Design collaboration in GitLab creates a single source of truth and makes product teams more efficient