GitLab holds blameful post-mortem on its pulled telemetry plan

GitLab CEO Sid Sijbrandij has promised users that it will not rollout telemetry that sends data to third parties, as the firm...

GitLab telescopes telemetry effort after users push back

GitLab has been forced to backtrack on the telemetry plan it unveiled earlier this month, after users declared they’d rather keep their...

GitLab 12.4 pushes merge request dependencies, governance

GitLab has rolled out its latest iteration, with the emphasis this time round on merge request dependencies and a whole pile of...

Google build and test tool Bazel hits 1.0

Bazel has hit 1.0, four years after Google first open sourced its home-grown automated build and test tool. Bazel...

OpenShift 4.2 tries getting into devs’ good graces

Red Hat’s enterprise Kubernetes platform OpenShift has been released in version 4.2 - and this time, the focus is on software developers.

GitHub remembers $200k ICE contract, says ‘yes’ to renewal

GitHub has become the latest target of developer ire after it emerged it was on the brink of renewing a contract with...

GitLab widens roadmap, aims to run over Datadog

GitLab kicked off its London customer event today by declaring it was a DevSecOps platform for everyone from developers to lawyers -...

Travis CI throws open ARMs for testing open source software

Travis CI will now allow developers to test open source software on ARM-based architectures under a just announced alpha program.

Microsoft showcases optional chaining as it lets loose TypeScript 3.7 beta

Microsoft has lifted the lid on a “feature complete” beta of TypeScript 3.7, claiming that it includes some of the most highly-requested features from...

YAML B There: GitHub Actions gets re-worked workflow editor

GitHub continues to improve on the DevOps-style Actions workflow tool it unveiled last year, with the latest update coming in the shape...