Excellent Application For Source Code Control
December 30, 2019

Excellent Application For Source Code Control

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Bitbucket

Bitbucket is being used worldwide by my organization. In my department, it is being used fo manage source codes for internally developed applications. As we use JIRA also to manage the requests, we can link the demands with corrections that should be made in the developed applications. Also, we use Bitbucket to hold legacy application codes.
  • Easy to use.
  • Integrated with JIRA.
  • License cost.
  • Sometimes integrated applications like SourceTree perform strange errors, causing loss of time.
  • Simple to use, requiring less training.
All 3 software works well for development and source code control, but for sure Bitbucket is the easiest to be set up and be deployed among the team. The integration with JIRA makes this a powerful tool against coding-only applications. However, for open source, it would be easier to use a SourceForge, for example.
Before we starting using their support, we used the large amount of documentation available over the internet. Some of these documents were published by Atlassian (the software manufacturer). Specifically for support, they have a good response rate and normally they are very accurate. This application doesn't require frequent support, because it rarely generates a problem. It is a stable product.

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It applies to almost all development scenarios, where it is necessary to hold and control the source code. It can be integrated with Visual Studio that can help speed up the coding process with security. It is not recommended to use with open-source codes, because it is not being used (popular) among this kind of programmers.