|Create Stage||Darva Satcher (Senior Manager, Engineering)|
|Create:Code Review||Matt Nohr (Backend) André Luís (Frontend)|
|Create:Editor||David O'Regan (Fullstack)|
|Gitaly||Tim Zallmann (Acting) (Backend)|
|Create:Source Code||Sean Carroll (Backend) André Luís (Frontend)|
The Create Stage supports software development teams accelerate their delivery and reduce cycle times, by improving efficiency and collaboration. Our stage provides tools that support the beginning of the DevOps Life Cycle.
We build tools for:
The Product Vision Handbook Page provides specific examples for how we serve each type of GitLab user.
The following areas have been defined as our direction for the year:
Each team member is encouraged to take positive steps towards improving their skills and knowledge.
Growing your skillset will lead to more insightful contributions to the GitLab Product. As your expertise grows, your impact on the product and the company also grows. Here at GitLab, it is important to us to invest in the Professional Development of our team members.
If there is an area you are intereted in learning more about, please reach out to your manager so they can provide an environment that will allow you to grow in your areas of preference. Some recommended resources are below:
The Learning & Development group has also compiled a list of LinkedIn training for GitLab Recommended Learning Paths.
Each team work in the manner that best meets the needs of their product and their team.
We use templates in order to make our processes more transparent and efficient. Documenting practices once and reusing them often provides guidance and support throughout the stage. A list of commonly used templates can be found here.
The Create Stage teams work together and play together. We are fortunate to be able to rely on each other to support and complement our features. Some examples of Cross Team Collaboration:
Every quarter we participate in a cross team bonding activity, Create Team Day.
Engineering Managers live our values every day.
We appreciate every engagement survey response we received in November 2020. We have summarized the areas we plan on taking action on as a result of the survey. These action items will be tracked in an Issue Board so that we can ensure that we can measure our progress on these items