Archives for the tag: git

Smart mirroring just got smarter with Git LFS support

Back in January we introduced smart mirroring for Bitbucket Data Center to help distributed teams by reducing clone times (as well as your list of excuses for taking a coffee break – sorry about that). At the same time, we added Git Large File Storage (LFS) for teams who need to work with images, videos, and other large media assets. Both these features support using Git at scale, but in different ways. Smart mirroring helps teams spread across different locations, while Git LFS helps teams

Continue reading »

Pull requests provide a lightweight way to do peer code reviews and merges as part of a branch-based development workflow. Sure beats having to huddle around a monitor with 3 other developers! Today I'd like to share with you some improvements we've made to pull requests in Bitbucket Server that will help you get to master faster. Pull request reviewer status Professional teams benefit from having an explicit set of reviewers on pull requests, making it clear who is expected to pitch in and review.

Continue reading »

We recently conducted a survey to assess and evaluate the latest software development trends amongst our customer base and more than 1,300 people weighed in. While most of our insights are focused on process, one thing stood out to us that we wanted to dig deeper into: 80% of respondents said the average development team in their org had 10 or fewer members. Here are our thoughts on why that's happening, and the advantages small teams enjoy.

Continue reading »

JIRA Software and Bitbucket are two of the most popular developer tools among software teams and many of our customers choose to integrate them. While they swear by the integration, we were curious as to whether there was a measurable improvement to their processes and if so, how. So we asked one of our product analysts to pull the data for us.

Continue reading »

Top software development trends in 2016

With over 50,000 customer companies, Atlassian is in a unique position to spot software development trends by tapping into our best resource: our customers. We surveyed more 1,300 customers and turned our findings into an interactive resource you can use to see how your team stacks up against your peers. Here are some highlights and insights we pulled out of the raw data.

Continue reading »

Recently I had the chance to meet the team over at CloudCannon and discuss how they develop their application using Bitbucket and Docker. They've faced challenges many other small teams are dealing with in setting up a solid continuous delivery model and ensuring the code released is of the highest quality possible. But thanks to the bitHound Bitbucket add-on and their own custom Bitbucket extension, they were able to create a Git workflow that's a perfect fit.

Continue reading »