GitLab 8.14 Released with Time Tracking Beta and Chat Commands – GitLab

Nov 22, 2016 You’re doing code review of a new feature and wonder how it’ll actually feel, look and work when it’s live. Yesterday, you had to sacrifice your local development environment’s state, checkout the remote branch, run migrations, and then spin up the entire development environment. Today, you can just go to GitLab and click the link in the merge request to play with a fully functional, live environment. Maybe you have some feedback on what you saw and start talking with your colleague on chat. Rather than having to communicate on who moves the result to issues, you just create an issue directly from chat. You can immediately add a time estimate to the issue and anyone peeking at the cycle analytics will see the new issue come by and over time, move to production, giving you feedback on where things might get stuck. You can do all


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Kubernetes: Kompose: A Tool to Go from Docker-Compose to Kubernetes

Editor’s note: Today’s post is by Sebastien Goasguen, Founder of Skippbox, showing a new tool to move from ‘docker-compose’ to Kubernetes.
At Skippbox, we developed kompose a tool to automatically transform your Docker Compose application into Kubernetes manifests. Allowing you to start a Compose application on a Kubernetes cluster with a single kompose up command. We’re extremely happy to have donated kompose to the Kubernetes Incubator. So here’s a quick introduction about it and some motivating factors that got us to develop it.Docker is terrific for developers. It allows everyone to get started quickly with an application that has been packaged in a Docker image and is available on a Docker registry. To build a multi-container application, Docker has developed Docker-compose (aka Compose). Compose takes in a yaml based manifest of your multi-container application and starts all the required containers with a single command docker-compose up. However Compose only works locally


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Serverless Kanban Board for GitHub Issues

README.md

Why waste time and money paying for a Ticket Tracker when you already work in GitHub? Now, you don’t have to.

Multiple Repositories

Multiple Repositories in an organization can be shown on a board (from different organizations too!). The repository is shown in gray next to the Issue number.

Linked Issues and Pull Requests

Just add #123 or orgName/RepoName#123 to the Issue or Pull Request body and linked Issues will show up with the column they are in, both below the Card and in the preview popup.

Real-Time Collaboration

By clicking the icon next to the card title, multiple people can edit the Issue Body at once (ie in a meeting), and when editing is done, one person clicks Save to GitHub.

Features:

send anyone the link to edit
real-time preview of Markdown
references to Issues show with their state and board column
Sequence, State, Gantt, and other diagrams are supported (using mermaid)

Filtering

cards can be filtered by


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First look: Visual Studio for Mac is here at last, almost

Visual Studio for Mac is something that many Microsoft developers have sought for more than a decade. As Mac OS X became interesting in the early 2000s, coders who spent most of their days working in Visual Studio on Windows wondered why they couldn’t use the same languages, frameworks, and tools for the Mac, rather than needing to learn Objective-C, Cocoa, and Xcode, all of which were substantially different from the languages and tools for Windows development.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here(Insider Story)


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Docker Joins Eclipse, Updates Commercial Platform

ServerWatch: Docker Inc, the lead commercial sponsor behind the open-source Docker application container technology, is working hard trying to help all of its DevOps constituents, including both developers and enterprises, that use Docker in production.


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