Author Archives: Amber Frauenholtz

Bitbucket Server: a year in review

2016 has certainly been a year for the books. All year long the Bitbucket Server & Data Center team has been improving Bitbucket and adding new features you have requested. You told us that modern software developers require tools that are reliable, let them move fast, …

5 pull request must-haves

Raise your hand if you remember the days of in-person code reviews. Whole afternoons spent checking out changes from SVN, running them locally, and making notes of areas that could be improved. Then spending another hour or two in a room with your team discussing suggestions …

Introducing pull request iterative reviews in Bitbucket Server 4.11

There is no denying that peer to peer feedback decreases the amount of bugs, shares knowledge across the team, and creates a sense of shared ownership of every feature. This is why we’ve been working hard to make Bitbucket Server’s pull requests (a.k.a lightweight …

Protect our Git repos: stop foxtrot merges now!

This guest post is written by Sylvie Davies, the author of the Bit-Booster Commit Graph and More add-on for Bitbucket Server. Sylvie is a mother, poet, painter, pianist, and software developer with over 5 years experience in Java and JavaScript, and 2 years with Git.  …

Automating quality checks and Docker containers in a Git workflow

As a marketer for our family of developer tools, I get the chance to talk with developers doing really cool things with code they host on Bitbucket. Recently I had the chance to meet the team over at CloudCannon and discuss how they develop their application. Similar to …

File Viewer for Bitbucket: view files of different formats in Bitbucket

File Viewer for Bitbucket Cloud is the winner of the Codegeist 2015 Atlassian hackathon, in the category Best Bitbucket add-on. This guest post is written by Alexander Kuznetsov, one of the developers of File Viewer for Bitbucket Cloud and co-founder of StiltSoft, an Atlassian …

Ship faster with Bitbucket – integrations now available for AWS, Azure, Bamboo and more

Does this workflow sound familiar? Commit, trigger a build, switch to your continuous integration tool, check the status, configure your deployment environment, execute complex scripts, switch back to Bitbucket, start again… you get the idea. What if all this context …

Updatable websites with Bitbucket and CloudCannon

This guest post is written by Mike Neumegen, co-founder of CloudCannon. Mike’s passionate about startups, discovering new technologies, and web design. Bitbucket provides developers with great workflows for collaborating on software projects. So why can’t we have …