We are talking with Jason Hutchens, Chief Scientist at Agworld, a company building software as a service for farm management.
Continuous Delivery Blog
Today we are very happy to announce Organizations on Semaphore. Organizations simplify project management inside companies and other groups, introduce a …
We are glad to announce a solution for managing project collaborators. So far, project collaborators are mapped from repository collaborators on GitHub
A local hero is defined as: A test case that is dependent on something specific to the development environment it was written on in order to run…
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for Monday, July 7, 2014.
There is an excellent thread on Stack Overflow TDD Anti-patterns catalogue with some common traps we can fall into when writing test-driven code.
The practice of continuous delivery is steadily gaining ground in the PHP community. It is no wonder: continuous integration keeps your development risk-free by automatically testing every new version of […]
Today we’re really happy to announce our next step in platform expansion with full support for PHP projects on Semaphore.
The upcoming platform update is scheduled for May 28, 2014.Node.js gets two version updates, namely 11.13 and 10.28.The star of this update is PHP.
I am excited to share with you a new navigation experience in Semaphore, a piece of design that we’ve been working on in the past two months.
Like pretty much everything in the Ruby world, Semaphore would not exist without Bundler and RubyGems.org.
Thus far the only way you could add an environment variable to you project was to include an export SECRET_TOKEN=abcd123 in your build configuration.
I’m happy to announce that Semaphore now supports Ruby 2.1.2. Select it on the project settings page and build something awesome!
We’ve recently upgraded MySQL 5.5 to 5.6 in our platform. Along with many performance and stability improvements, the new version also has strict…
As our API evolves, a need for an action that allows user to trigger a deploy via API appeared.