by Raniere Silva, Software Sustainability Institute.
In September, when I got an email from GitLab inviting me to their World Tour I got super excited at the opportunity to meet some of the people behind GitLab and more users as well as discovering features available that I’ve never tried before and new improvements that will be enabled on the next release. In the end, not only did I find new features but also talked with one of the responsible for GitLab University: an online "place to learn about Version Control with Git and GitLab" and have a great time with other users.
GitLab World Tour London happened on October 19th at Lights of SOHO, London. The event was scheduled to start at 6:00pm and 10 minutes before the time there was already a small queue on the door, which created the feeling of a very important world tour. While I was queueing, I talked to two software developers that had come all their way from Brno, Czech Republic. It was a great surprise to me since I was only expecting to meet with users based in the UK, mostly London. They had started using GitLab a few months ago and were attending the meeting for the same reasons I was there!
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