GitLab recently released its first iteration of their Web IDE with a historical explanation of how it developed from proof of concept to core feature.
Andrew Taylor, a Developer Programs Engineer at Pantheon, shares how to connect GitLab and Pantheon to streamline Drupal and WordPress workflows.
By now I’m sure you’ve all heard of Microsoft’s acquisition of GitHub for $7.5 billion in stock. This is a hugely successful exit for GitHub, and another interesting pickup for Microsoft. Unfortunately I can’t find the tweet anymore, but I appreciated what I saw someone say about GitHub, in that it is a successful exit…
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GitLab has been making some interesting improvements recently (and after Github’s recent pricing announcements, I’m sure they are getting more people paying attention to them). They recently announced GitLab Container Registries which allow you to test and deploy Docker containers very easily.