Author Archives: Raj Sarkar

Find & fix errors faster with Rollbar + Bitbucket

[This guest post is written by Jesse Gibbs, Head of Product at Rollbar. Jesse is a developer turned product manager who has spent 15+ years at companies building tools for software development, devops, and QA teams.] Rollbar notifies developers in real-time when critical …

Bitbucket blog update

Dear Readers, Bitbucket team here with a quick update on how we are managing the Bitbucket blog. Starting Friday, October 7th, we will be turning off commenting on the blog. It’s not that we don’t want to talk to you – we do! We noticed that sometimes blog comments …

Contributing to Git LFS

[This is a cross-post from the Atlassian Developer’s Blog. This post is written by Steve Streeting.] Need to store large media files in Git? We’re making major contributions to the Git LFS open source project to help make this happen! Want to know how this came …

1 in 3 Fortune 500 companies agree: Bitbucket is the Git solution for professional teams

It’s no secret anymore that Git is gaining traction within professional teams. 33% of respondents from a Forrester Enterprise Study last year indicated that 60% or more of their source code is managed by Git-based systems. Git surpassed Subversion for the first time …

Snippets API, wiki edit restrictions, and more

The Bitbucket team has been hard at work adding features to make your day more productive and Bitbucket even more wonderful to use. Et voilà… Snippets API, wiki edit restrictions, and relative links in READMEs and Snippets. Snippets API Snippets becomes even more of a …

Groups management rebooted

We introduced a new way to manage teams in 2011 called groups. Groups allow you to administer your team members and provide access to specific repositories. The feedback from our users was that the groups management UI is not optimal. We listened, and we completely revamped …

Atlassian Connect for Bitbucket bootcamp, Sep 29-30

We launched Atlassian Connect for Bitbucket at AtlasCamp, July 2015. Atlassian Connect for Bitbucket provides an integration architecture that embeds your add-ons right within the Bitbucket UI creating a more unified workflow. We re-engineered Bitbucket into a platform that …

Code collaboration made easier with new, exciting features

We recently added four new features to make it easier for you and your team to collaborate on code using Bitbucket: File-level code comments In addition to comments on images and binary files, you can now leave comments at the file level for code and text files. This makes …

Bitbucket + Platform.sh: remove the middle-man between your code and your deployment

This guest post is written by Ori Pekelmen, VP of Inbound Marketing at Platform.sh. Ori is a start-up guy, with a tech background, who enjoys evangelizing new technologies, organizing events such as Paris DataGeeks, and helping tech teams succeed. What if you could go beyond …

Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket: visualized statistics for Git and Mercurial repositories

This guest post is written by Alexander Kuznetsov, co-founder of StiltSoft. Alexander has seven years of experience as a software developer, including five years in developing add-ons for Atlassian platforms. He’s also the runner-up of 2012 Codegeist, Atlassian’s …