Mission: At GitLab we have one vision. Everyone can contribute to all digital content.
GitLab Inc. is a company based on the GitLab open-source project. GitLab is an application to code, test, and deploy code together. It provides Git repository management with fine grained access controls, code reviews, issue tracking, activity feeds, wikis, and continuous integration.
GitLab Inc. has 4 product offerings:
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At GitLab we have one vision. Everyone can contribute to all digital content. For more information see the our strategy.
Our Tanuki logo symbolizes this with a smart animal that works in a group to achieve a common goal.
GitLab is quickly becoming the standard for source code version management for any company, large or small. At GitLab, we help large enterprises move to Git and build better software.
GitLab is growing fast. Working for GitLab means joining a very productive, ambitious team, where independence and flexibility are both valued and required. Your work will directly have a large impact on the present and future of GitLab. We like to spend our time on things that matter. We are a remote only company and you can work from wherever you want.
If you see yourself as a good fit with our company’s goals and team, then please review the current job openings on this page, and submit your resume and cover letter to be considered!
I have been working at GitLab full-time (Less than a year)
- work from anywhere in the world
- the company genuinely cares about its employees and strongly lives by its core values
- tons of potential to grow
- great perks
None that I can think of!
Advice to Management
Keep up the great work!
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at GitLab (Remote, OR) in September 2016.
I interviewed with very many people at GitLab. I was told upfront that I would need to interview with 10+ hiring managers. I was prepared for the long interview process and was given the access to book with each of them on my own time. It was really hectic because I chose to interview with sometimes three in one day, but with each conversation, I became more excited about the position. The interviewers were really passionate about their jobs and made me feel really at ease. With many I was able to have a really casual conversation. After 10+ interviews, I finally interviewed with the CEO which was intimidating and challenging.
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