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"Bitbucket is a standard git implementation with perfectly coordinated screens, it's secure, and we have had no problems with it.""The solution is easy to use. If I need to check out my latest code or I need to send my local code to the depositories it is simple. Overall it is has been a good experience from my side using this solution.""Code check in and code version control.""We have a couple of different tools that allow us to tie source code changes to report bugs. It's integrated with a bug tracking system and also integrated with what requires a tracking system. So we have better facilities. We get with the command line and can type all that stuff in and get the same kind of trust, but when we d it all manually, it's not likely to happen."

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"The most valuable feature of this solution is the branch management functionality."

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"The installation of Bitbucket on our server was not as easy as other Atlassian products, so it is something that can be improved.""One of the areas the solution could improve on is when there is a merging conflict it is quite confusing. When I am having a merging conflict I get stuck on the page, then I need to search how to handle the particular problem. For example, finding what the commands are which can be used.""Could provide some default branching options for users to adopt.""Even with the automation, we've had some situations where we've had mistakes. They've integrated things into the wrong place, so there's a fairly steep learning curve."

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"The GUI needs to be improved."

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"With our small number of users, our licensing fees are approximately $10 USD per month.""Licensing is on a monthly basis, it's available on our website. They have a free version, the pro version and then they have an enterprise version, and we're using a kind of the middle of the pro version for about $7 per user per month."

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"We are using the open-source version, which is available free of charge."

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Top Answer: The solution is easy to use. If I need to check out my latest code or I need to send my local code to the depositories it is simple. Overall it is has been a good experience from my side using this… more »
Top Answer: One of the areas the solution could improve on is when there is a merging conflict it is quite confusing. When I am having a merging conflict I get stuck on the page, then I need to search how to… more »
Top Answer: We are using Bitbucket for the code checking and tracking of our project depositories which we have locally. This includes code changes in software development.
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Store all of your Git and Mercurial source code in one place with unlimited private repositories. Includes issue tracking, wiki, and pull requests.
Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency. Git is easy to learn and has a tiny footprint with lightning fast performance. It outclasses SCM tools like Subversion, CVS, Perforce, and ClearCase with features like cheap local branching, convenient staging areas, and multiple workflows.
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Computer Software Company26%
Comms Service Provider18%
Manufacturing Company10%
Financial Services Firm8%
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Computer Software Company21%
Comms Service Provider20%
Government10%
Manufacturing Company9%
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Bitbucket is ranked 1st in Version Control with 4 reviews while Git is ranked 6th in Version Control with 1 review. Bitbucket is rated 8.0, while Git is rated 7.0. The top reviewer of Bitbucket writes "Provides great features not available elsewhere but access to technical support is severely lacking". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Git writes "Branch Management is helpful, but the GUI needs to be improved to make it more usable". Bitbucket is most compared with Bitbucket Server, AWS CodeCommit, Atlassian SourceTree, IBM Rational ClearCase and Liquibase, whereas Git is most compared with Canonical Bazaar, Liquibase, IBM Rational ClearCase, Surround SCM and Atlassian SourceTree.

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