Archives for the tag: developer tools

Got Milk? What’s in your wallet? And now… #BuiltWithBitbucket?

To celebrate the software that you've poured your heart and soul into, we're launching #BuiltWithBitbucket. This is your chance to strut your stuff in front of the entire Atlassian user base of over 5 million people at 50,000 companies around the world. Tell us: what are some of the cool things your team has #BuiltWithBitbucket?

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This is a guest post from Jason Crease, an application engineer working in Redgate’s DLM (Database Lifecycle Management) team. Most application developers are used to the benefits of continuous integration. With tools like Bamboo you can bring your application’s continuous integration and delivery pipeline together in a single workflow. What if you could include database continuous integration in that same workflow? SQL CI is part of the DLM Automation Suite, a suite of tools from Redgate

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Amplify your Bamboo workflow with Git webinar recap

Steve Smith, developer advocate at Atlassian, presented how Bamboo helps amplify your Continuous Integration workflow in an automated and streamlined fashion while talking to Atlassian Stash. Relive the action! Watch and share the recorded webinar now! In 20 quick minutes, we’ll cover: How branching workflows and Bamboo can work together to keep builds clean. Keeping your build server clean with automatic branch creation and deletion. How your Bamboo server talking to Stash can

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Webinar: amplify your Bamboo workflow with Git

Looking for a smooth, automated, and streamlined continuous integration workflow with Git? This webinar will help you achieve zen when practicing continuous integration with Git branching workflows. Learn how to take full advantage of having Bamboo and Stash work together!

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Happy birthday, Git! Cheers to 10 years

Dear Git, Watching you grow up over the last 10 years has been quite the journey. When your creator, Linus Torvalds, first announced you were coming into this world after only three days of coding, we had no idea how big of an impact you would have on all of our lives. You allow teams everywhere to have a 'Git-er-done' attitude so they can work faster and collaborate better, you put dollars back into pockets with cheap local branching, and make it possible to work offline just about anywhere.

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