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Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)05:06:43

Super interested in 100% remote work design, culture, evangelization

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)05:06:43

Super interested in 100% remote work design, culture, evangelization

Kristine Setschin - GitLab07:06:43

How DOES the morning go for all of you folks! ☀️ We have a packed schedule for you again today (all timings in BST, join the sessions via https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/97666767484) • 🌐 10:50 AUA is the new AMA 🙂 Join us for an Ask Us Anything session on Remote Working. Learn first hand how the world's largest all-remote company manages our teams and workflows • 💻 12:20 Live Demo presented by our tech experts: Value Stream Analytics - Where we're headed in 2020 • 🦊 16:00 AMA with our Senior Director of Product Management, Ops @kenny (the best questions will be entered in a raffle to win a GitLab SWAG kit)

Kristine Setschin - GitLab08:06:02

First session of today will be an Ask Us Anything on Remote Working at 10:50 BST. One of our best is to document everything which allows asynchronous working To show you how - join us by adding your questions in this https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mx7317S_rO6FjNHGpxKSnlNdREVRx8vCZyhC1WcEgd4/edit# and we'll address them in the https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/97666767484

Kristine Setschin - GitLab10:06:36

📢 In less than an hour, our tech experts will be running a live demo on https://about.gitlab.com/stages-devops-lifecycle/value-stream-analytics/ - Where we're headed in 2020. Make sure to stop by our zoom booth to listen in and ask your questions. • 12:20 BST - GitLab Live Demo (https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/97666767484)

Kristine Setschin - GitLab12:06:34

Thanks to everyone who joined the live demo! 🎙️ You have one more chance to connect with our Product Team today. Join us for an AMA session with @kenny (Senior Director of Product Management) at 4pm BST today and find out about the latest developments of the single platform for all your DevOps needs. 🎁 Also use this opportunity to get your hands on some pretty great GitLab SWAG - best question wins! And we're talking 🧦 :tshirt: 🦊 stickers and much more (not enough Slack emojis 🙂)! https://gitlab.zoom.us/j/97666767484 ❓ ADD YOUR QUESTIONS https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j0s7ecjvckjMP4fvQMrjlvh2dEr6S0lMEg0xEbxlzjE/edit#

Kristine Setschin - GitLab14:06:29

☝️ We didn't promise too much! 🎁 🦊 Join us in half an hour and enter the chance to win this awesome GitLab SWAG pack!

Nick Eggleston, IT Architect (open to offers)15:06:24

Did I miss the AMA on #100%RemoteWork?

Kristine Setschin - GitLab15:06:45

The lucky winner of our SWAG pack is @sujit_neb 🏆 during our Product AMA! Congratulations and thanks for sending in your question! > Question: Suppose I have a CICD and CT pipeline that uses jenkins for now to get the code, deploy the code on test, continuously test that and then it is released to the next environment. Do you think that I can use GitLab to get this working in a similar way? Currently I use Jenkins, GitHub, Eclipse (Python script for testing) ? • Yes, we’ve had lots of successful migrations from Jenkins - we even wrote a sort of guide for doing it https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/jenkins/ • The notion of progressively moving code from one environment to another is very common in GitLab - you can achieve this by starting MRs too staging and then post merge creating MRs to master or running pipeline stages that include deploy to staging.

Mars Penton16:06:41

Hi, how does GitLab handle collaboration with external members? We want our development team to manage this, due to velocity and scale, but we want to ensure access is granted and revoked in a secure fashion.

Mars Penton16:06:41

Hi, how does GitLab handle collaboration with external members? We want our development team to manage this, due to velocity and scale, but we want to ensure access is granted and revoked in a secure fashion.

Jiří Klouda16:06:48

I have a question that is not strictly a product question. Gitlab has really great transparency around compensation and I love it that the result of your research for location coefficients is visible in code: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/blob/master/data/location_factors.yml I was wondering what would be best way to contact the analysts behind this to ask questions. Namely I am wondering how likely are those numbers to match internal numbers in other companies. Also I noticed that all US numbers are above 63.3 (even very rural) and all Europe numbers (except for Swiss) are under 65.

Jiří Klouda16:06:48

I have a question that is not strictly a product question. Gitlab has really great transparency around compensation and I love it that the result of your research for location coefficients is visible in code: https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com/blob/master/data/location_factors.yml I was wondering what would be best way to contact the analysts behind this to ask questions. Namely I am wondering how likely are those numbers to match internal numbers in other companies. Also I noticed that all US numbers are above 63.3 (even very rural) and all Europe numbers (except for Swiss) are under 65.

Hugo Serrano16:06:54

Thank you <!here> for the great sessions along these 3 days. 🙂

Kristine Setschin - GitLab16:06:55

Thanks @hugos! Loved having you with us. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have. We're excited to be of help! 🦊