The sprint plans and everything happen in JIRA. We also use Bitbucket for our code repository. It’s from Atlassian, like JIRA, so it’s easy. We use them because the guy who uses it every day and experienced developers said we want to use JIRA. They use it everyday so I want them to be as comfortable as possible.
Founder & Managing Partner - Clever Europe
BitBucket is more suitable for private repos.
Founder & CEO - API Fortress
Bitbucket is very good. We have used it for four years--it is one of the best tools out there.
Founder & CEO - Tagove
Stash (now Bitbucket) is our cloud-based repo.
Co-founder & CTO - Musement
Bitbucket is free, and lets us organize the features that we are working on. With Bitbucket, we can do bug management and feature requests. It would be hard to do that in a list. One of the great features of Bitbucket is that it shows the whole history of a project, so it is easy to keep things organized.
Co-founder - LivePoll
Bitbucket has been great for our small team. We are budget oriented with choosing our tools. It’s very budget friendly. It lets us start with free private repositories which you can't do on GitHub. It’s a good way to see who did what piece of code and to communicate issues on specific lines of codes to team members, as well as reviewing everyone’s work.
Technical Founder - Campayn
Bitbucket is a good, cheap alternative to GitHub.
Co-founder - Monarq
We use Bitbucket to store code.
Founder & CEO - Shoppimon
We chose Bitbucket over GitHub primarily based on cost, and we’ve been really happy with them. They have good customer support and a good tool set.
Founder - Built for Teams
For product development, we use Bitbucket. For specific software issues, Bitbucket is working really well for us. We have a platform with single page applications, so we will end up building thousands and thousands of applications. Each application has a lifecycle, and Bitbucket gives us unlimited self-managed repositories, allowing us to have a repository for each application. Bitbucket also allows each application to have its own issue base and wiki. And since we’re still under 5 employees, it is free. When we grow, we’ll have to pay, but it is well worth it. Everyone else uses GitHub, but GitHub doesn’t give you the repositories.
Founder & CEO - UnifiedVU
We've added Bitbucket as a software version control repository, since it is free for small teams and has the same functionality as GitHub.
Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer - Wellinks
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using Bitbucket
Bitbucket offers Git and Mercurial code management for teams.
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