Author Archives: Claire Maynard

Claire has been at Atlassian for over three years working on a various growth and marketing teams. She executes user acquisition, activation, and cross-sell strategies in order to grow Atlassian's user base. In her free time, she loves to run, cycle and she’s known to throw a killer wig brunch.

Say Trello to boards in Bitbucket Cloud

Your team just came up with a great new idea for a feature, product, Airbnb for dogs, whatever it is….it’s amazing (naturally) and you’re ready to get started. But often building a product feels like chaos with so many spreadsheets, emails, chats, bugs, …

Bringing you speed, power and flexibility with 12 new features in Bitbucket Pipelines.

We launched Bitbucket Pipelines less than a year ago as a fully hosted CI/CD service that lives next to your code. By having Pipelines integrated with Bitbucket Cloud, setting it up is effortless – teams don’t need to sign up for another service, connect repositories …

#Forthecode that does amazing things.

Bitbucket’s mission is to help teams solve real-world problems and accomplish their unique goals to change the world. Our customers select Bitbucket because it supports professional teams building things with a purpose. We get inspired hearing about all the ways …

Continuous deployment of a static website with Bitbucket Pipelines

Guest post This guest post was written by David Von Lehman from Aerobatic, a simple yet powerful solution for static website publishing. In this blog post we’ll look at how to use Bitbucket Pipelines to automatically build a website using a static site generator. This …

Bitbucket Pipelines now supports building Docker images, and service containers for database testing

Bitbucket Pipelines gets advanced Docker support We developed Pipelines to enable teams to test and deploy software faster, using Docker containers to manage their build environment. Now we’re adding advanced Docker support – building Docker images, and Service containers …

Rest assured with Pipelines build notifications in HipChat

Every time you trigger a build in Bitbucket Pipelines, whether by pushing commits or creating a pull request, you have to remain at your desk or constantly refresh your email to see if the build has passed. You don’t like wearing the cone of shame for a failed build …

New guides for Bitbucket Pipelines

Community Guides Since Bitbucket Pipelines launched back in October 2016, we’ve heard a tremendous amount of positive feedback and excitement about the new built-in CI/CD feature within Bitbucket. A ton of you wrote excellent tutorials about how you’ve configured …

2 additional ways to trigger your builds in Pipelines

If you didn’t hear it already, Bitbucket recently announced Pipelines which lets your team automate the integration and delivery process. Automation in software development is becoming increasingly important. Automation saves you time because you have less manual work …

Software Development Trends and Benchmarks

This report holds data from more than 17,000 software professionals—as well as 1,300 of our own customers— to identify what tools and practices teams are using to move quickly and stay ahead of competition. Discover software trends across teams of all sizes Find out …

Hello World! A new grad’s guide to coding as a team

This post is featured in our ebook, “Hello World! A new grad’s guide to coding as a team”– a collection of essays designed to help new programmers succeed in a team setting. Grab it for yourself, your team, or the new computer science graduate in your life. Even …