GitLab Commit — it was a blast!

Nico Meisenzahl
Sep 18 · 2 min read

I had the opportunity to attend and speak at the GitLab Commit event in Brooklyn this week. It was totally amazing — thanks to everyone involved!

So, what is GitLab Commit? It’s GitLab’s user conference which brings together GitLab users for a day of learning, networking, inspiration, and fun. Brooklyn was the first of three locations Commit will take place. London (October) and Bay area (early 2020) will follow.

As mentioned above I had the opportunity to speak about “How Containerized GitLab CI Pipelines Can Help You Streamline Your Infrastructure Deployments”. My session was pretty packed and it was a lot of fun sharing some tips and tricks with awesome people.

Below you will find my slides. My demo code is available here. GitLab will also share all sessions recordings on their Youtube channel soon. They should be all available later this week.

And there is one last thing I would like to share 😉

Here are a few more impressions of the event:

Registration
Keynote is about to start
Evening event at Brooklyn Bowl
Sid, kicking off the speaker dinner
NYC!

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Nico Meisenzahl

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Senior Cloud & DevOps Consultant at white duck. Docker Community Leader, GitLab Hero, blogger & speaker. 👨‍💻🙋‍♂️ Loves Kubernetes, DevOps & Cloud.

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