Author Archives: Tim Pettersen

I'm a veteran Atlassian developer with almost a decade of service across the JIRA and Bitbucket teams. I speak and blog about developer workflows, Git, CI/CD, Java, and Atlassian's developer tools. Talk to me about plugin architecture, Node.js, Java, DVCS, or anything cool that you're hacking on!

Bitbucket ❤️ Unity Cloud Build

The Bitbucket team are excited to announce a brand new integration with Unity Cloud Build, just in time for GDC 2017! Traditionally, game builds are compiled, tested, and packaged by developers via their IDE or another tool provided by the game engine SDK. This is sub-optimal …

We’ll be at Git Merge 2017!

At this very moment, members of Atlassian’s Bitbucket and SourceTree teams are converging on the city of Brussels, Belgium for the annual Git Merge conference and Git Contributors’ Summit. If you happen to be attending the conference, or are otherwise in the …

Better support for multiple SSH keys

Alongside your professional “day job” Bitbucket account, you may just have a personal Bitbucket account where you’re building silent iPhone 7 games, hacking on the first killer VR app, or training TensorFlow to write one for you. To access both accounts …

Safer branching

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Six great features we didn’t ship

Last year at AtlasCamp we shipped a new integration framework named Bitbucket Connect. Unlike traditional REST APIs, Connect allows you to embed new pages and features directly within the Bitbucket UI via securely signed iframes. It’s kind of like OpenSocial, but with …

Git 2.9 is out!

Just a couple of months after version 2.8, Git 2.9 has shipped with a huge collection of usability improvements and new command options. Here’s the new features that we’re particularly excited about on the Bitbucket team. git rebase can now exec without going …