Announcing The Inner Circle: Our New Beta Testing Program

We’re proud to announce our new Beta program, the Inner Circle. As a member of CircleCI’s Inner Circle you get exclusive access to new features and settings before they are released publicly! How to join Inner Circle: To sign up, simply open the new Beta tab in your account settings and click ‘Join Beta.’ Once a member, you’ll be able to test our newest features automatically, receive email and in-app communication about beta features, and help shape CircleCI as a … Continue reading

Announcing Xcode 7.1 Support for iOS Builds

TL;DR: We now support Xcode 7.1.1 for iOS builds. Today, CircleCI announced full support of Xcode 7.1.1 for iOS builds. Full support for Xcode 7.1.1 allows iOS developers using CircleCI to build and test their code for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple Watch apps with the most current tools available. CircleCI previously supported Xcode 7.0.1. Déjà Vu? Some of you may have noticed that we recently released Xcode 7.1., and then rolled back. This was due to a number of … Continue reading

Announcing CircleCI Insights: Helping You Understand Your Builds

Today we are happy to announce we shipped CircleCI Insights. Available for all paid and open source customers, Insights is an interactive visual dashboard enabling you to see and understand all your builds for CircleCI at a glance. With CircleCI Insights, we help make sense of all your build data, clearly and in real time. Insights gives you the tools to dig deep into your build history and find the meaningful statistics to improve performance and keep your team shipping … Continue reading

Hacking the Tilde with CircleCI

I ❤️ ftrain. Few writers can capture the joy, poignancy, existential terror and profound connection at the heart of Internet culture, but Paul Ford (the real-live person behind, medium/@ftrain, and countless other Internet words) has the historical context and raw talent to consistently enthrall. As I sat down to write this post, I peeked over at his Medium blog and went down the rabbit hole, smiling like an idiot and laughing out loud as my coworkers moved desks outside … Continue reading

CircleCI proudly announces Discuss CircleCI: our new community Discourse site

We’re excited to announce the official launch of Discuss CircleCI! Over the last few months we’ve thought a lot about how to facilitate transparent communication between our users and the CircleCI team. The solution we’ve come up with is to launch a Discourse site. We rolled this out quietly over the last few weeks and so far the response has been very positive. We chose Discourse because it is an awesome open source platform for building a community. It’s easy … Continue reading

Tracking Dependencies with ldd

I just learned about the ldd command and I wanted to share it with you. This might be useful if you’re trying to get control over a messy project by putting it in a container. A project lacking strict attention to dependencies and automation from the beginning often ends up a mess (we know this from helping a lot of customers clean up their messes). Getting a project like this running from a base Docker image requires a lot of … Continue reading

Takeaways from GitHub Universe

Earlier this month the CircleCI team made its way to Pier 70 for GitHub Universe. The event was awesome! It was great to be able to hear about all of the cool things that GitHub is working on as well as being able to chat with developers about some of the challenges they face in the CI space. We came away feeling really good about the future of GitHub and are excited to be a part of it. Over the … Continue reading

Circling Up with the Monks: A Monktoberfest Trip Report

Last week I traveled to Portland, Maine to attend what is, in my humble but inerrant opinion, the best developer conference in the country. Redmonk has always been way ahead of the curve in understanding how the technology industry really works, so it’s no surprise that their developer conference distills out the best parts of a technology conference and leaves the rest out. I showed up for the first Monktoberfest in 2011 not knowing what to expect and was pleasantly … Continue reading

Github Integrations Directory and CircleCI Mobile Support

It has been a very busy week in the world of mobile CI and CD. There’s a growing need for mobile support (both iOS and Android) with the announcement of GH Integrations Directory. Here is what we are doing to keep up with the iOS builds demand. We’re Making Room We are always happy to welcome new customers, and part of our work is planning for additional capacity, which ebbs and flows. Adding additional capacity for Linux is quite straight … Continue reading

To Be Continuous: A New Show About Continuous Delivery and Software Development

Recently, CircleCI Founder, Paul Biggar, joined forces with the Edith Harbaugh, CEO of LaunchDarkly to create To Be Continuous, a show about Continuous Delivery and software development. With four episodes well underway, the show covers a wide range of topics. You can follow the playlist on Soundcloud to be notified of new episodes, and to catch up with the first four while you’re waiting. Episode 1: In this first episode, Edith and Paul discuss why people are doing Continuous Delivery, … Continue reading

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