Go User Documentation
Welcome to Go - an Open Sourced Continuous Integration and Release Management system. Please take a minute to understand the basic concepts in Go before you go any further.
Need help fast? Try out the topics below to get building in no time.
Installation done but need help setting up Go?
- Set up your first pipeline - Go captures the build plan for your project in a pipeline. Find out how to set up your first pipeline.
- Install agents - You need a build agent in order to start building. Learn to deploy one or more agents here.
See Go in use
Watch tutorials on some common Go concepts and tasks
Contributing to this documentation
The code for this help documentation is hosted here. If you think something can be improvised and/or added to the documentation, please send a pull request for the same. You can read more about pull requests here.
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Index (from old documentation)
- Installing Go
- Using Go
- Go Tour
- As a Developer, I want to...
- As a Tester, I want to...
- As a Release Manager, I want to...
- As a Go Administrator, I want to...
- Mingle Integration
- Go API
- OAuth Overview
- Bundled Plugins