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We Migrated From GitHub to GitLab

The decision’s backstage and what we’ve learned from the change

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Here at Mercos, we had already migrated in the past our source code hosting: in 2015 we left Beanstalk and went to GitHub. We were a team of approximately 7 developers and the migration was smooth. The reason behind it was basically to have more…




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Caio Andrade

Engineering Manager @ Mercos

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