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One question that every team faces when moving to Git is what development workflow to use. Since every team is different and has different requirements, there is no one-workflow-fits-all approach. However, there is one rule all teams should follow when looking for a new workflow to adopt: Keep it simple. Doing so will reduce the number of mistakes people can make, and will help with adoption. On the Stash team, we've adopted one of the simplest Git workflows possible. And since so many of you

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Stash 2.4: Forking in the Enterprise

Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What’s New » The distributed nature of Git gives development teams a plethora of options when choosing how to collaborate on projects. Teams migrating their development to Git need the flexibility to best work with code in a distributed enterprise environment. Common practices have emerged using branch- and fork- based workflows, igniting debates on how they can best be used in the enterprise. Today we're pleased to announce Stash 2.4,

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Stash 1.3: Enterprise Git Gets Social with Pull Requests

The remote control. Napster. The Smartphone. The plastic bits at the ends of shoelaces. All incredible technologies that made what came before both instantly antiquated and forgettable. A technology shift, even a subtle one, can entirely transform an industry. It happened in software development 10 years ago with agile - a once in a decade change to how teams build and ship software - and it's happening again, now, with distributed version control systems (DVCS) like Git. Git introduces completely

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Interested in the latest Stash release? Check out What's New » Seven weeks ago the world met Stash – a centralized solution to manage Git repositories behind the firewall. Stash 1.0 was a huge launch! We've been deluged with great feedback and already have small agile teams and large enterprises adopting Stash for their Git development. We are just getting started, and today Stash's future begins! Stash 1.1 is here with more features focused on making your behind the firewall Git

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SourceTree 1.4 – Stash’s Trusty Sidekick

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Sherlock Holmes and Watson, Han Solo and Chewbacca, Batman and Robin. Every hero has a trusty sidekick to complement his/her talents and form a kick-ass team. With the recent release of SourceTree 1.4, we can now say that it's no different at Atlassian with SourceTree and Stash, Atlassian's Git repo management tool for the enterprise. Holy SourceTree, Batman! In a secret laboratory hidden deep within Sydney, Stash was born to solve the problems that plagued Enterprise teams trying to manage

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Distributed version control systems are not just the future, they're now, and Git has emerged as one of the most popular code version control systems out there. A plethora of online services emerged (including our own Bitbucket) to help early Git adopters share, manage and collaborate their code. For the open source community and many startups, these services have been nothing short of terrific for encouraging code collaboration. But for companies that want to host Git behind the firewall, there

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