Archives for the tag: git

Code review is also one of the most difficult and time-consuming parts of the software development process, often requiring experienced team members to spend time reading, thinking, evaluating, and responding to implementations of new features or systems. To help your software development team empty those "In review" columns more quickly, here are some guidelines for your pull requests from a variety of different developers at Atlassian:

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Three new features released in Bitbucket 4.8 provide teams with Git best practices and make collaboration easier. Whether you're the reviewer of a pull request or need to assign a reviewer, the two new pull request features make code reviews easier for quick turnaround times and better quality code. And zero downtime backup provides an active recovery mode so work is not put on hold and collaboration doesn't need to come to a halt when you're dependent on clients or team members in different timezones. Through these features teams can make sure teammates stay close to (working) code to produce higher code quality.

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As software organisations grow it becomes difficult to ensure development rules and workflows are enforced across all teams and projects. With the release of Bitbucket Server and Bitbucket Data Center 4.7, we've made improvements to our REST and Java service APIs to make it easier for large software teams to make sure their rules and workflows are actually being followed – automatically.

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Knowing that many of our customers have very large and growing instances with hundreds to thousands of projects and plans, we have improved filtering and search so that Bamboo stays a world-class enterprise solution with more options for all users. Additionally, we’ve added an extra option for easier user management without tool-switching. Read on to learn more about all we have for you in this release.

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This is a guest blog post by Holger Just from Plan.io, the creators of Planio for Bitbucket Cloud. It’s generally considered best practice to keep Git branches short-lived. But that approach won’t work for every team or every situation. I know this because it doesn’t work for my team. You see, our Git workflows include many long-lived branches that we maintain in parallel, which is quite unorthodox. In fact, we deploy both a master branch as well as almost a hundred separate branches based

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Our twitter chat has now ended! For a recap, check out the questions and answers on the #AskJIRABB hashtag, and stay tuned for more events to come. Are you a JIRA Software or Bitbucket user? How about an Agile fan or Git enthusiast? We're looking at you. To honor one of Atlassian's core values, Don't *%# the customer, we want you to use us as a resource. Today, Atlassian's Product managers and developer advocates will unite to give your team the leg up on any JIRA Software/Bitbucket, Git or agile

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