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Make your open source JS project friendlier with automation

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

Introduction Open Source projects are usually driven by volunteers. They don’t have to work on the project, they want to.  This often leads to contrib...

Trunk Merge - An Express Lane for Your PRs

Trunk Merge - An Express Lane for Your PRs

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

Discover how Trunk Merge evolves code merges with its intelligent queuing system. Say goodbye to long merge queues and delays, and keep your code flow...

Integrating your own custom tools with Trunk Check

Integrating your own custom tools with Trunk Check

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

Trunk Check’s superpower is that it seamlessly leverages dozens of existing tools. Virtually every tool inside of Check is actually an external tool w...

Enhancing Code Quality and Security in the AI Era

Enhancing Code Quality and Security in the AI Era

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

AI tools like Copilot and ChatGPT boost engineering productivity, but proper guardrails are essential to mitigate risks....

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

How many code repos do you maintain at your company? 10? 50? 100? When each microservice, frontend, open source project, SDK, and custom tool ends up ...

How to Self-Host Github Actions Runners - Part 2

How to Self-Host Github Actions Runners - Part 2

Streamlining Development Workflows: The Secret to Taming Multi-Repo Chaos

In this guide, I’ll describe the infrastructure we use to host the GitHub Actions Runners that power all of our CI and provide the code and commands n...

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