Monthly Archives: October 2015

GitHub vs GitLab vs BitBucket Server (Formerly Stash)

This article will try to compare GitHub, GitLab and BitBucket Server (previously called Stash) installed on your own servers. Similar comparison of cloud offerings is outside the scope of this article. I won’t try to go feature by feature in some kind of a table so that you can count who has more features. I find that approach often misleading even though it’s very commonly used among companies (especially where there is a software architect around). Instead, I’ll give my opinionated view.
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The History of Failed Initiatives

I worked with many different clients. From small greenfield projects all the way to big ones in sectors like automotive, lottery, banking, insurance and other industries. With few exceptions teams in those projects can be divided into those that started anew and think that they are using latest and greatest ways to develop and those that are in charge of bigger projects that started long time ago. The later group tends to put to much energy trying to stay afloat that latest and greatest is very low on their list of priorities.
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