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Why Bitbucket ???

Kevin Johnson Community Leader Nov 07, 2019

As we people know Git it used as a version controller for many softwares and its open source , what all are can be some very best and important features when its compared to other version control tools .(apart from bitbuckets integration with any other atlassian tools - when its compared one to one with the other version control tools)

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seanaty Atlassian Team Nov 14, 2019

Take a look at this page enumerates all the reasons one would opt for Bitbucket over Github. This is obviously biased since it's produced by Atlassian: https://bitbucket.org/product/comparison/bitbucket-vs-github

Generally speaking Bitbucket is less expensive and it works well with other Atlassian tools. Github has more open source activity because Bitbucket focuses more on paid teams which usually use private repos and branching (versus public repos and forking).

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