GitLab Reaches $15 Billion Market Cap, Shares Jump 35% After Its No-Office Radical CEO Opts For More Traditional IPO

In an interview, Sijbrandij (pronounced “see brandy”) said that going public would help GitLab to remain a well-resourced, long-standing steward of the open-source project on top of which its business software is built.
In an interview, Sijbrandij (pronounced “see brandy”) said that going public would help GitLab to remain a well-resourced, long-standing steward of the open-source project on top of which its business software is built.