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Bitbucket vs GitHub (June 2016)

Atlassian recently added a page where they compare their Bitbucket offering to GitHub.  They compare the two offerings based on price and functionality.  As well as highlighting their functional strengths, they do acknowledge where GitHub has functionality they don’t. GitHub offers… Continue Reading →

Atlassian Bitbucket Now Offers Continuous Delivery – Pipelines

Today Atlassian is now offering a new continuous delivery feature within Bitbucket called Pipelines (BETA).  It allows developers to now manage the development workflow, build, test, and deploy, all from within Bitbucket. Check out this video overview from Atlassian: This feature is currently in… Continue Reading →

GitHub Now Give You Unlimited Private Git Repositories

For the first time in years, GitHub has made changes to their pricing and packaging. Historically GitHub has provided users with the ability to have unlimited public repositories, unlimited users, however have restricted the number of private repositories for paid… Continue Reading →

Unfuddle TEN Coming…..Did someone say FREE?

Last month Unfuddle posted a blog talking about there 10 year history and announced a new product codenamed Unfuddle TEN that would be coming later in the year.  Last week they posted a new Blog post with some more information and what… Continue Reading →

AWS CodeCommit is now GA

In November last year, Amazon Web Services announced their Git repository hosting service, CodeCommit at AWS re:invent.  It the last week they have now made it generally available (you can pay for it!). CodeCommit comes with a very generous Free… Continue Reading →

Code Spaces Shutting Down

On June 17th, Code Spaces was destroyed by a hacker who got access to their AWS Console. It looks like they are going to be shutting down for good. “Code Spaces will not be able to operate beyond this point,… Continue Reading →