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CI/CD setup with NT8

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 wavey 
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Hi, does anybody have experience or knows a reliable consultant with experience for setting up CI/CD processes with Gitlab for NT8? Asking for a larger project, final protection of production assemblies will be using NT recommended Agile.NET.

Thanks for any resource pointers or consultants having the needed experience to assist.

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