Author Archives: Kelvin Yap

Trading the beaches of Sydney for the fog of San Francisco, when he's not on his bike or advocating the adoption of the metric system in the US, Kelvin spends his time as a Product Marketing Manager for Atlassian's developer tools. Find me on Twitter! @kelvinyap

Do more from your inbox with Atlassian Cloud for Gmail

As part of the Atlassian Cloud for Gmail add-on announced at Google Next, we’re proud to unveil the numerous features the add-on allows for Bitbucket Cloud users inside Gmail, making it easy to take action and get contextual information on your pull requests, issues, …

5 ways to make the most of Bitbucket and Jira Software

In a recent study of software development teams using Jira Software, we found those that integrate with Bitbucket release 14% faster than those that don’t. For many industries where the pace of change is rapid and the market incredibly competitive, it’s this …

Bitbucket Cloud Dev Week wrap up

As part of the update to Bitbucket Cloud’s V2 APIs we announced a couple of weeks ago, we invited five companies from our developer ecosystem to build apps during Dev Week, a week long event at our offices in San Francisco. The premise of the week was simple – …

Support for Xcode in Bitbucket

Developer efficiency is always top mind for the Bitbucket team and we’re constantly looking at ways to get you up and coding as quickly as possible. For example, knowing so many of you use Sourcetree as your Git client of choice meant it was a no-brainer for us to …

Bitbucket Cloud gears up for an amazing 2018

2017 was a momentous year for Bitbucket Cloud users. 17 million pull requests merged, 6 million repositories created, and over 10 million Pipelines builds run – it’s clear that individuals and teams alike got stuff done last year! We added a ton of improvements …

Confessions of a Git wallflower, and other stories about Bitbucket

This post comes from Abhishek Sharma, a Masters of Science student at the University of Southampton and member of Bitbucket’s Student Amabassador team. “Code collaboration on steroids” — this is how Atlassian describe Bitbucket on their site. And this is exactly …

Bitbucket Cloud: free for student developers and teachers

Are you a student or teacher? Store your classwork, distribute assignments, and collaborate on your code. Bitbucket Cloud offers free unlimited collaborators and free unlimited private repositories for all students and teachers. Already a student using Bitbucket? Join our …

Bitbucket Pipelines is now generally available

Sign up for Bitbucket Pipelines The fastest growing companies in the world today aren’t product companies, they’re service companies. Where we used to buy cars, we now hail a ride from a ridesharing app, and where we used to buy physical music, we now stream …

What designers, game developers and architects need to know about Git LFS

<This is a cross-post from Atlassian Blogs> Atlassian is dedicated to unleashing the potential in software teams. We want to help you work smarter and faster. This is the reason we keep adding new features to Bitbucket  – branch permissions, merge checks, smart …

Monorepos in Git

[This is a cross-post from the Atlassian Developer’s Blog. This post is written by Stefan Saasen.] Many users have embraced Git for its flexibility as a distributed version control system. In particular, Git’s branching and merging model provides powerful ways to decentralize …