Stash 3.1: Get more out of your code reviews

Stash is now called Bitbucket Server. Read our announcement blog. In our on-going efforts to continuously provide the best code review experience in Stash, we are excited to deliver two ways for you to better collaborate with your team on code review. From attaching files for more robust code discussions to searching for specific text strings in diffs, get all the details you need for a kick-ass code review process. Try Stash today Search a diff, any diff With commits and pull requests

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If you read my blogs often, you know how excited I am about Docker. And about Git. So you can imagine my excitement over our announcement today: Docker Automated Builds are now integrated with Bitbucket! What is Docker? Simply put, Docker is the next big thing in provisioning and deployment automation. With Docker, you can define everything needed to run applications--including the OS, database, environment variables, and start/stop scripts--and save it in a text file so that image can be

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Git. By now you've heard about all the awesome things it provides such as cheap branching, high redundancy, the flexibility to work anywhere – the list goes on. But you need the right tools to unlock the true power of Git: the ability to collaborate on code. At Atlassian, we believe in providing the right tools to every developer, so they can focus on writing the best code. With the latest releases of Stash and Bitbucket, we've aligned our Git tools so users will have the same optimized

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It's been a tremendous ride since we first introduced Stash, our on-premises Git repository manager. We started the journey toward that initial launch by asking our customers questions: Why is Git critical to the success of their business? Where are the bottlenecks in their developers' workflow? When do devs need their tools to get out of the way? These are questions that still guide us, two years and 18 releases later. It's fitting, then, that our third major release of Stash touches each of

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Few software projects start their lives spread out across multiple repositories. But, neither do most projects that remain in a single repo forever. Take JIRA, for example: At 12 years of age, it is comprised of millions of lines of code stored across 19 repositories. As a company, Atlassian has hundreds of repos. Whether that's good practice or not, that's reality for us and for thousands of our customers. So with Bamboo 5.5 we set out to make building from all those repos a little bit easier. Connect

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Case study: How Orbitz migrated to Git

The first step of any trip is getting there. To make trip planning painless, Orbitz Worldwide – a leading online travel site operating in more than 180 countries – offers easy-to-use online travel booking for flights, hotels, and other travel services. Orbitz generates more than $11 billion in travel transactions annually. That means that for every second Orbitz's website is down, hundreds of dollars are lost. It's the Orbitz team's utmost priority to ensure everything stays up and running

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