what is the difference between jira and stash?

 

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thanks,,,git vs bitbucket?

git is the actual version control system. But git by itself is pretty raw. So bitbucket ads a great user interface around git and also full enterprise features such as permissions/pull requests etc.. Much easier than trying to run git repositories manually yourself

The best place to learn is to take a look at Atlassian's website

https://www.atlassian.com/software/jira

https://www.atlassian.com/software/bitbucket

FYI - Stash is now Bitbucket

Basically JIRA is an issue/task tracking system and Stash/Bitbucket is a version control system

thanks,,,git vs bitbucket?

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