GitLab Commit 2021
Event submitted on Thursday, April 29th 2021, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Commit brings the GitLab community together by sharing experiences from around the software development lifecycle in order to encourage and link teams to collaborate on new ideas. GitLab Commit demonstrates how software engineers iterate in order to spark change, creativity, and teamwork. Attendees can discover practical approaches and helpful ideas to apply at their organisations during this two-day meeting. GitLab, as an open DevOps tool, helps teams transform the way software is distributed. Commit helps DevOps teams maximize pace, teamwork, and awareness by amplifying these transition tales. If you are a GitHub user then sure, this virtual event would be ideal to attend.
Conference Event Summary
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Bringing together the GitLab community, Commit shares stories from across the software development lifecycle to inspire and connect teams to innovate together. GitLab Commit showcases how software professionals iterate to spark transformation, innovation, and collaboration. During this two-day conference, attendees learn practical techniques and useful insights to implement at their organizations.
As an open DevOps platform, GitLab supports teams to change how software is delivered. Commit amplifies these stories of transformation to empower DevOps teams to increase velocity, collaboration, and visibility.
What to expect
Commit brings together the GitLab community to learn how to innovate the future of software development. Through practical lessons, high-level discussions, and in-depth training, contributors from across the development lifecycle learn how to accelerate velocity, strengthen collaboration, and increase visibility. Software professionals at any organizational level can benefit from the DevOps stories shared at Commit, as these solution-focused lessons have been learned through real-world application. Whether you’re just starting your DevOps journey or looking for unique insights, Commit offers a diverse collection of stories to help your team innovate together.