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SEMAPHORE 2.0 Create pipelines and automate development

Semaphore 2.0 is a Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) tool that will make your life easier should you choose to spend some time to learn it. We’ll discover how to install the command line tool that enables you to work with Semaphore 2.0 from your shell, and present two sample projects: one for Python 3 and one for Go.

However, Semaphore 2.0 has far more features than the ones presented here, as it can work with almost all programming languages and tools. If a tool is not available, you can always install it on the Semaphore 2.0 VM and start using it that way.

Although Semaphore 2.0 is a commercial product, it is free for open source projects. The good thing is that open-source users do not have to do anything special in order to use Semaphore 2.0 for free – just enjoy the free $20-per-month credits you receive automatically like any other user. Note that $20 is equivalent to 1,300 minutes of service on a monthly basis. In case an open source organisation needs more, that amount can be increased upon request.

At the time of writing, only supports GitHub projects, which shouldn’t be a problem in most

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