What we're about

GitLab is an open core company which develops software for the software development lifecycle used by more than 100,000 organizations and has an active community of more than 2200 contributors. With GitLab, everyone can contribute.

With that in mind, we created this global virtual meetup group to help community members connect with and learn from other members of our global community. We hope you'll join us!

The goals of this group are to grow our community, better engage with and increase connections within the GitLab community, increase awareness of GitLab, and better educate the technology community about the power of our platform.

As I mentioned earlier, at GitLab we believe everyone can contribute. Attending our virtual meetups is a great first step. We also when community members present at GitLab meetups or share ideas for topics. Let us know (evangelists@gitlab.com) if you’re interested in being a featured speaker at a future remote meetup or would like to propose a topic.

All members of this group are expected to follow GitLab's Community Code of Conduct. Please review the Code of Conduct (https://about.gitlab.com/community/contribute/code-of-conduct/) before joining the group.

If you need to report a violation, email conduct@gitlab.com .

To learn more about GitLab, please visit https://about.gitlab.com .

Note: GitLab is all-remote so we don't have an office which made picking a location for this group a bit tricky. We choose San Francisco since we have a PO box there but we might move the group around from time-to-time for fun. :)

Upcoming events (2)

LATAM Meetup: Construyendo Infraestructura Inmutable con Packer y GitLab CI

Acompáñanos este jueves 24 de junio en nuestro tercer Meetup Virtual en Español del año. El formato será muy similar a los meetups en los que has participado previamente en la comunidad local - vía ZOOM.
Preferimos una sesión de networking con muchas interacciones en vez de un webinar sin participación con cámaras y micrófonos apagados ¡Este es un espacio abierto donde puedes exponer todas las dudas, ideas, comentarios o sugerencias que tengas!

Recordatorio: Todos los eventos de GitLab y participantes deben adherirse al Código de Conducta de la Comunidad de GitLab que se encuentra aquí: https://about.gitlab.com/community/contribute/code-of-conduct/
Packer es una herramienta de código abierto que puedes usar para crear imágenes de VirtualBox, VMWare, Vagrant, Docker, etc., haciendo que el proceso de creación y despliegue de tu infraestructura sea sencillo y práctico, ya que a partir de un mismo archivo de configuración puedes crear imágenes idénticas para diferentes plataformas. Además, con una herramienta de CI/CD puedes automatizar este proceso. En esta charla aprenderás como usar Packer en diferentes escenarios y con GitLab CI automatizar el flujo de trabajo.


Presentación: Construyendo Infraestructura Inmutable con Packer y Gitlab CI, por Mario García (GitLab Hero/HashiCorp Ambassador).
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GitLab 14: a few of our favorite things

Online event

GitLab 14 signals shift to modern DevOps: A DevOps platform with velocity, trust, and visibility. To celebrate this release, members of GitLab's Developer Evangelism team and the wider GitLab community will be sharing their favorite features that have been release since our last major milestone.

Join us to learn about some of the most beloved features in GitLab from some of our most passionate and active users.

10:00am PT / 7:00pm CEST - John Coghlan - GitLab 14
10:05am PT / 7:05pm CEST - Michael Friedrich
10:20am PT / 720pm CEST - Alejandro Medina
10:35am PT / 7:35pm CEST - Michael Aigner
10:50am PT / 7:50pm CEST - Brendan O'Leary
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Beyond Code Live: Session 2

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