We’re excited to announce that Semaphore can now run and visualize arbitrarily complex CI/CD pipelines. Although this new feature brings great power and is fueled by fancy-pants directed acyclic graph […]
I’m very excited to announce the launch of the Semaphore Podcast which is a natural continuation of the Semaphore Uncut Chats that I’ve started a few months ago. We, as […]
From Tuesday, December 12 until Sunday, December 17, the Semaphore build cluster suffered from sporadic network instabilities due to a faulty device at a Tier 1 network provider.
Smoke Testing Introduction Smoke testing is a technique responsible for discovering major flaws in software early in your continuous delivery pipeline. It consists of very shallow, but broad tests that […]
Introduction Continuous integration is a practice that helps developers deliver better software in a more reliable and predictable manner. This article deals with the problems developers face while writing, testing […]
At last they are here!
We recently started receiving support requests about Capistrano 3. Of course to provide quality support you have to know the subject, so I set on a quest to upgrade Semaphore’s […]
We have awesome news that we would like to share with you. Semaphore team will almost double its development power. New features, speed improvements and even faster support are around […]
Close to two hundred people signed up to beta test Semaphore. We invited a better part (sorry if we haven’t invited you early), and those who were invited actually became a part of our team in a way. Thank you so much people and I hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
Since we launched Semaphore as a private beta a month ago we have received a lot of positive feedback along with many feature requests. We saw various projects and realized […]
Semaphore is a product of scratching our own itch. Rendered Text as a team of five people usually works on a few projects at a time.