I took the #GitChallenge to compare GitHub and GitLab
I've written a few times about GitLab and the CI/CD pipeline features it has. For most cases, it's straightforward to use. But, every so often, things don't always work
This seems like a very simple and trivial thing, but it's something which gets easily overlooked. Setting up a CI pipeline environment is fairly trivial (unless you are using a
The great part of a CI/CD pipeline is the headache which can be removed from deployments. Manual deployments are painful, but deployments as a whole don't need to be.
I use Gitlab a lot. I use it for personal projects and have also implemented it at work - I love the platform. Others are available, but for me, having everything in one place (though risky!) saves me having several tabs open. I've previously
It's been one of the buzzwords around development offices in recent years, and everyone is wanting a piece of the efficiency generating DevOps, but what are the benefits of it, and how do you get started? It's not as difficult as it may seem,
I'm working on a project, part time, in my spare time. As part of that project I have Jenkins for continual building when I publish anything into the master branch in git. I've not done much for a month or so, but logged in