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Do we really need crucible for code review in Bitbucket? or Bitbucket is good enough as a light weight code review tool on its own. Are we missing on something really important if we don't get that plugin going between crucible and Bitbucket?

 

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In my opinion Bitbucket is a *much* better code-reviewing tool than Crucible.   I decommissioned my Crucible instance a few months after installing Bitbucket Server (it was called Stash back then).

 

p.s.  I'm the author of a Marketplace add-on:  Bit-Booster Commit Graph And More

We also are finding Bitbucket code review and are encouraging our teams to move in that direction.

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