Anonymous UserProgram Manager/Engineer at a government
We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"The most valuable feature is the ability to fix a broken repository merge."
"The most valuable feature is help offered by the community for open-source projects."
"The Projects Tab, which shows you the todo list and the progress for projects, is very helpful."
"The most valuable feature is the source code management. It's very helpful and it's a great product."
"The features that I have found most valuable are that it can support you for most of the road map and it can automate some tasks which works really well with collaboration with the teams. They are really interested in how they organize the history of the code itself which is good."
"We've found the technical support to be very helpful."
"The product has a very user-friendly interface and user-friendly security."
"It has a lot of features from the code development perspective. You get a lot of features such as repo, commit, merge, and branch. You can play around and do things on the fly. It is easy and simple to deploy. It is also easier to use when working from home."
"GitHub provides good time reduction and this is what I value the most."
"For everyday use, I am more comfortable using the command line interface, rather than using SourceTree."
"The ticketing system is not working."
"I would like to see integration with Slack such that all of the changes made in GitHub are reflected there."
"If you are uploading or cloning a large file, with more than 25 megs, it's pretty slow."
"The project management sector really needs some improvement for GitHub. I don't know if GitHub made sense for me as a project manager."
"If it had all of the end-to-end integration, then we probably wouldn't have any doubts about what we have installed. However, at this point, we're still trying to figure out how to use it end-to-end."
"There is a bit of a learning curve."
"It is currently only from the development perspective. It doesn't have features related to project management and testing. It is not like Azure. So, there is a lot of room for improvement. It is a version control product, and it would be good if they can come up with a complete DevOps product."
"The security point should be addressed in the next release and scaling is also an issue."
"There is a fee for using SourceTree."
"The private repositories are free, which is very good."
"It is open-source. There is no license for GitHub."
"The price of this solution is reasonable."
Atlassian SourceTree is ranked 4th in Version Control with 1 review while GitHub is ranked 2nd in Version Control with 9 reviews. Atlassian SourceTree is rated 8.0, while GitHub is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of Atlassian SourceTree writes "User-friendly, easy to scale, and it helps to fix problems with our code repository". On the other hand, the top reviewer of GitHub writes "Good technical support and highly scalable but the licensing is challenging". Atlassian SourceTree is most compared with Bitbucket, Git, Bitbucket Server, Helix Core and AWS CodeCommit, whereas GitHub is most compared with AWS CodeCommit, Bitbucket, Helix Core, Apache Subversion and IBM Rational ClearCase.
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