The days are gone when new feature requests are split up into tasks for each developer in a team to work on independently. Integration between each team member’s code only happens at the end of all the tasks, which often causes unexpected issues. During the last ten years, developers are increasingly being expected to collaborate on the design, build, and delivery of software products to provide value to users quicker with faster feedback to create a better product.
Atlassian Bitbucket makes it easy for teams to collaborate and reduce issues found during integration by providing a way to easily combine and test code frequently. Bitbucket gives teams easy access to tools needed in other parts of the feedback loop. From creating an issue to deploying on your hardware of choice. It gives you the basic tools to get started quickly and offers easy access to more advanced features, so you can upgrade when you need them.
This course is intended for teams wanting to collaborate with Bitbucket, whether you’re looking to store source code, deploy software, or anything in between. You’ll discover the most useful parts of Bitbucket and learn how to create and manage Git repositories.
This course also covers how to connect Bitbucket to popular Atlassian tools with powerful features, including:
In this BitBucket Training Course, You Will:
Who Should Attend
This BitBuket training course is intended for teams wanting to collaborate using BitBucket, and for developers wanting to improve their Git skills. The course content can be completed using a Mac, Linux, or Windows PC.
Part 1: Getting Started
Exercise: Sign up for Bitbucket using the bitbucket.org website. Use the Bitbucket website browser file editor to create a repository and a README file. Create a snippet, make it public, and share it with the instructor.
Part 2: Working in Teams
Exercise: Create a repository and invite all other members of the class. Assign different permissions to each member. Group all the repositories made in the session together into a project. Each member of the class creates a README file that will be reviewed by another member of the class.
Part 3: Creating Documentation
Exercise: Create a wiki and add a page. Raise a bug and a task.
Part 4: Running Pipelines
Exercise: Create a build pipeline to compile and test a Node.js application.
Part 5: Using the Command Line to Manage Your Git Repository
Exercise: Install Git command line application with SSH keys to communicate with a repository. Clone a repository using SSH and HTTPS. Set a global Git commit username and email. Create a branch, commit, and push changes to the remote repository.
Part 6: Using SourceTree to Manage Your Git Repository
Exercise: Install Sourcetree application, connect a Bitbucket account and set up SSH keys to communicating with a repository. Clone a repository using SSH. Set a global Git commit username and email. Create a branch, commit, and push changes to the remote repository.
Part 7: Connecting Bitbucket With Other Atlassian Services
Exercise: Create a free account with all third party Atlassian services. Connect to each service using Bitbucket
Part 8: Plans and Billing