GitLab Commit brings together the GitLab community to connect, learn, and inspire. You’ll learn about exciting new technologies and hear how creators like you are innovating the future of software development.
In 2019, we introduced Commit events in Brooklyn, NY (September 17) and London, UK (October 8). We're excited to bring the Commit user conference to GitLab's hometown of San Francisco, January 14, 2020.
We invite you to speak at GitLab Commit and share your software or remote work journey. We’re looking for stories that showcase the power of DevOps in action, and how the future of work is transforming business and culture. Share the technologies and strategies you’ve employed, your challenges and successes, or a behind-the-scenes look at how you are building something incredible.
Results are a GitLab company value and the theme of this conference so proposals that share clear results (such as improved cycle times by 30% or reduced MTTR by 45%) will be prioritized.
Submit a proposal to speak at GitLab Commit SF and stay in the know by sharing your information.
Diversity and inclusion scholarship
GitLab, with support from CNCF, is offering diversity and inclusion scholarships to individuals who may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend our Commit events. Applications are open for San Francisco.