We just released a minor platform update — v1410.1.Ruby 2.1.4 is added. This is a security release recommended for all projects using 2.1.
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This is a guest blog post from Chris Kottom, a longtime Ruby and Rails developer and maker of the best chili con carne to be found in Prague.
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Wednesday, October 23, 2014. JRuby is updated to version 1.7.16.Three PHP version updates are inluded…
With great pleasure we are announcing that Semaphore is extending its hosted continuous integration and deployment service with support for Bitbucket repositories. Bitbucket is a source code hosting platform for […]
Remember how excited you were when Jesse Newland from GitHub presented ChatOps at GitHub? Great news! From now on you can set up your own Hubot to perform deployments on […]
This time we chatted with Devon Noel de Tilly, QA Engineer at 500px, a photo community for discovering, sharing, buying and selling inspiring photography powered by creative people worldwide.
Clojure is shipped with clojure.test. However, there are a few alternatives that aim to make writing tests more pleasant or more suitable for BDD.
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Wednesday, September 24th, 2014 and is our first release to be based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
At last they are here!
We are talking with Michael Siegfried, Senior Engineer at Procore, one of the fastest growing companies in USA.
Last year we calculated how much each version of Ruby was used by private projects on Semaphore, so we decided to run the numbers again and compare…
With great pleasure we are announcing that Semaphore is now free to use for private projects, for up to 100 builds per month. This is great for personal sideprojects, early […]
We are glad to introduce a new feature within our project settings – “Repository” settings. The main purpose of this new settings option is to add more …
Recently we introduced organizations and organization profile pages with a list of projects. Today, we’re launching the first version of profile…
We are talking with Jason Hutchens, Chief Scientist at Agworld, a company building software as a service for farm management.