3 Ways CI/CD Helps Your Team

Continuous Integration and Delivery are at the core of modern software development, enabling businesses to ship new, working features earlier and more often. CI is also becoming an integral part of everyday work for developers, saving them time and reducing frustrations. CI/CD Saves Time One of the major advantages of Continue Reading

Complete, but Never Finished – Review Apps

Continuous methods go beyond Integration, Delivery and Deployment. Releasing early and often, and keeping all team members in the loop throughout the development lifecycle, helps everyone in an organization to work more efficiently and deliver customer value consistently. Here at GitLab, we strive to make being continuous part of our Continue Reading

Demo – CI/CD with GitLab in action

If your developer team isn’t among the majority of developers using Continuous Integration more than 75 percent of the time, what are you waiting for? In this video demonstration, Product Manager Joshua Lambert shows just how easy it is to set up a project with GitLab CI/CD, so you can Continue Reading

3 Tips for Introducing Continuous Workflows to Your Development Process

We know that developers see Continuous Integration as an integral part of their workflow, but working in a continuous manner goes beyond just the technical. Here are some ways your teams can be more continuous throughout the development lifecycle. Adopt DevOps Releases get delayed and broken code gets shipped when Continue Reading

Continuous Integration – a tool developers expect

Continuous Integration – the practice that developers use to detect, locate and fix errors quickly by integrating their code frequently into a shared repository – is becoming a non-negotiable aspect of everyday work. Continuous Integration (CI) automates testing of new code, sparing developers the time-consuming task of checking it manually, Continue Reading

The Locky Saga Continues: Now Uses .odin as File Extension

As a result of our continuous monitoring of the Locky ransomeware we discovered a new Locky variant. This variant now appends a “.odin” extension to its encrypted files. This is now the third time that the extension has been changed. Aside from this, in this report we will also examine Continue Reading

Why people help translate software #OpenSourceHero

Meet our translation #OpenSourceHero Jesùs Ruz Garcí­a. Open Source is all about continuous improvement to free software through collaborations that span the globe. Here at PrestaShop we are proud to offer our eCommerce software for free and have it constantly enhanced, revised and upgraded by a community of more than Continue Reading

Continuous integration tests for the CentOS Vagrant images

Continuous integration tests for the CentOS Vagrant images Thursday , 1, September 2016 Laurențiu Păncescu cico Since yesterday, we have production-ready automated tests for our Vagrant images on ci.centos.org, fully integrated with GitHub. We were only able to build and test scratch images manually until now, which was time consuming Continue Reading