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Bitbucket

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Bitbucket is a web-based version control repository hosting service, similar to GitHub and GitLab, that allows individuals and teams to manage and collaborate on code repositories. It was originally created by an Australian software company called Atlassian, which is also known for developing other popular software tools like Jira and Confluence. One of the main features of Bitbucket is its support for the Git version control system, which is used by many developers to manage changes to their code. With Bitbucket, developers can create and host Git repositories, manage branches and merge requests, and collaborate with team members on code changes using pull requests. Bitbucket also offers several features to support agile software development methodologies, such as issue tracking, project management, and continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipelines. It integrates with other Atlassian tools, such as Jira and Confluence, as well as third-party tools like Slack and AWS CodeDeploy. One key differentiator for Bitbucket is its support for both public and private repositories, allowing developers to choose the level of access and visibility for their code. This makes it a popular choice for teams working on both open-source and closed-source projects.

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