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Last Updated: 3 Jun 2024
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- 11+ years of experience in web development and 4 years of experience in the Fintech domain. - Proficient in various PHP frameworks such as YII2, Laravel and Symfony. - Experienced in front-end technologies including HTML5, CSS3, SASS, LESS, and JavaScript. - Strong knowledge of APIs and integrating payment gateways (Crypto, APM, S2S). - Expertise in designing and developing secure web applications. - Familiarity with AWS, Microsoft Azure, and other cloud infrastructure management. - Proven track record of successfully delivering projects on time and within budget, receiving commendations for technical prowess, innovative solutions, and team collaboration. - Location: Poland - Available: ASAP

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Mykhaylo R., BitBucket Developer

Last Updated: 3 Jun 2024
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- Over 20 years in IT with a master's degree in Cybernetics - Proficient in Ansible: Extensive experience in deploying and managing Ansible-driven infrastructure, particularly highlighted in roles as SRE/Architect (Aug 2018 – Present) and Senior DevOps Engineer/Lead Sysadmin (Aug 2020 – May 2021), where Ansible was pivotal in scaling a learning platform from 1,000 to over 100,000 students and in key migration projects. - Expertise in Windows Environments: Demonstrated strong skills in managing Windows environments, especially as an SRE/Architect (Aug 2018 – Present) and CTO (2013 – Mar 2022), involving Windows AD+MSSQL backoffice management and ITIL Service Management framework implementation on Windows platforms. - Versatile IT Roles with Ansible and Windows: Across various roles including IT Service Manager, Senior DevOps Engineer, and CTO, consistently applied Ansible and Windows technologies in large-scale infrastructure projects and day-to-day operations, showing versatility and depth in these areas. - Managing the growth of the learning platform from 1,000+ to 100k+ active students - ITIL v3 Foundations Certificate - More than 5 years of experience in leading ITIL Service Management capability and implementing end-to-end ITIL Service Management framework - Strong experience in using ServiceNow and Jira Service Desk for ITSM - Experienced IT/Telecom Specialist - UNIX and UNIX-Like OS (FreeBSD, Linux, SunOS, MacOS X) background - Over 20 years of Windows/windows server family. From NT4.0 /win3.1 up to Server2019. As well as upgrading Up to 15 years with server HW, and 13 years with storage solutions - Infrastructure problem-solver with a strong view on reliability, performance, and disaster recovery - Fluent English

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Bash   10 yr.

Shell Scripts

Shell Scripts   10 yr.


MySQL   10 yr.



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Vlad L., BitBucket Developer

Last Updated: 13 Dec 2023
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- 8 years of proven professional expertise in the IT industry; - Advanced experience in Web Development using JavaScript 7+ years; - Solid experience in software development using ReactJS and React Native (6+ years); - Good experience in Web development using PHP; - Beginner experience in Web Development using Ruby on Rails; - Beginner experience in Web Development using Java; - Upper-Intermediate English

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React   6 yr.

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Serg K., BitBucket Developer

Lviv, Ukraine
Last Updated: 4 Jul 2023
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- 5 years with QA automation - Strong testing theory understanding. Defect life cycle and issue workflow understanding, Experience in creating and executing test cases. Reporting - Experience with data and BI tools - DevOps experience with CI/CD, pipelines, Docker, AWS, SQL

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QA Automation   5 yr.





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Vladimir, BitBucket Developer

Last Updated: 23 Nov 2023

- Tech Lead Engineer with 7+ years of experience in software engineering and computer science education. - Proficient in programming languages such as PHP, JavaScript, and TypeScript. - Experienced in working with CMS and frameworks like Symfony, Laravel, Shopify, React, Vue.js, and Node.js. - Skilled in programming technologies including REST API, HTML/CSS, JSON/XML, jQuery, Redux, Doctrine ORM, and Eloquent ORM. - Knowledgeable in cloud platforms like AWS and databases such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, and Redis. - Proficient in DevOps tools like Docker, Docker Compose, Vagrant, CI/CD, Jenkins, Kubernetes, and Ansible. - Experienced in using source control systems like Git (GitHub/GitLab/BitBucket) for version control.

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PHP   7.5 yr.


JavaScript   5 yr.


Symfony   3.5 yr.


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Hard skills of a BitBucket Developer

Hard skills

As a BitBucket Developer, you need to possess a strong set of hard skills to effectively manage and collaborate on software development projects. Below are the hard skills required at different levels of experience:


  • Git: Proficient in using Git for version control and managing code repositories.
  • BitBucket: Familiarity with BitBucket and its features for hosting Git repositories and enabling collaboration.
  • Branching and Merging: Understanding of branching and merging strategies to facilitate parallel development and code integration.
  • Pull Requests: Knowledge of creating and reviewing pull requests to facilitate code reviews and ensure quality control.
  • Continuous Integration: Understanding of continuous integration concepts and experience with configuring build pipelines using tools like Jenkins or Bamboo.


  • Advanced Git: Mastery of advanced Git concepts like rebasing, cherry-picking, and resolving merge conflicts.
  • BitBucket Administration: Proficiency in administering BitBucket, including managing user permissions, configuring repositories, and setting up branch permissions.
  • Code Review: Experience in conducting thorough code reviews, providing constructive feedback, and ensuring adherence to coding standards.
  • Scripting: Ability to write scripts (e.g., Bash, Python) to automate routine tasks and enhance productivity.
  • DevOps: Familiarity with DevOps practices and experience integrating BitBucket with other tools like Jira and Confluence for seamless development workflows.
  • CI/CD: Knowledge of setting up and maintaining CI/CD pipelines using tools like Jenkins, Bamboo, or GitLab CI.
  • Containerization: Understanding of containerization technologies like Docker and experience with managing containerized applications.


  • Advanced BitBucket Administration: Deep understanding of BitBucket administration, including configuring advanced security settings, managing branch permissions, and implementing branch workflows.
  • Git Hooks: Proficiency in writing and configuring Git hooks for automating processes like code formatting, linting, and running tests.
  • Performance Optimization: Ability to optimize BitBucket performance by configuring caching, load balancing, and other performance-related settings.
  • Git Flow: Proficiency in implementing and managing Git Flow, a branching model for software development.
  • Security: Knowledge of securing BitBucket repositories and implementing access controls to protect sensitive code.
  • Disaster Recovery: Experience in setting up backup and disaster recovery mechanisms for BitBucket instances.
  • Advanced CI/CD: Expertise in designing and implementing complex CI/CD pipelines with advanced features like parallel testing, deployment orchestration, and environment management.
  • Scaling and High Availability: Understanding of scaling BitBucket for high availability and managing large-scale deployments.

Expert/Team Lead

  • Custom Plugin Development: Proficiency in developing custom plugins for BitBucket to extend its functionality and integrate with other tools.
  • Enterprise Deployment: Experience in deploying BitBucket in enterprise environments with high security and compliance requirements.
  • Performance Tuning: Expertise in fine-tuning BitBucket performance by analyzing system metrics, optimizing resource allocation, and implementing caching strategies.
  • Version Control Best Practices: Deep understanding of version control best practices and ability to mentor team members on advanced Git and BitBucket concepts.
  • Governance and Compliance: Knowledge of implementing governance and compliance policies for code repositories, including audit trails and access controls.
  • Infrastructure Automation: Familiarity with infrastructure automation tools like Ansible, Terraform, or Puppet for provisioning and managing BitBucket instances.
  • Code Metrics and Analytics: Experience in leveraging code metrics and analytics tools to gain insights into code quality, team productivity, and development trends.
  • Leadership: Strong leadership skills to guide and mentor the development team, drive collaboration, and make strategic decisions.
  • Team Management: Experience in managing a team of developers, assigning tasks, conducting performance reviews, and fostering a positive work environment.
  • Agile Methodologies: Proficiency in Agile methodologies like Scrum or Kanban and experience in applying them to software development projects.
  • Client Interaction: Ability to effectively communicate with clients, understand their requirements, and provide technical guidance and solutions.

Soft skills of a BitBucket Developer

Soft skills

As a BitBucket Developer, having strong soft skills is just as important as technical expertise. Here are the essential soft skills for BitBucket Developers at different levels:


  • Effective Communication: Ability to clearly convey ideas, issues, and solutions to team members and stakeholders.
  • Adaptability: Willingness to learn and quickly adapt to new technologies, tools, and processes.
  • Collaboration: Capable of working well within a team, sharing knowledge, and contributing to the collective success.
  • Problem Solving: Analytical thinking to identify and resolve issues efficiently.
  • Time Management: Organizational skills to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines effectively.


  • Leadership: Ability to guide and mentor junior team members, providing guidance and support.
  • Critical Thinking: Evaluate complex situations, analyze information, and make informed decisions.
  • Conflict Resolution: Skillful handling of conflicts within the team, finding win-win solutions.
  • Attention to Detail: Thoroughness in reviewing code, documentation, and ensuring quality standards are met.
  • Project Management: Experience in managing and coordinating projects, ensuring timely delivery.
  • Continuous Learning: Actively seeking new knowledge and staying updated with industry trends.
  • Client Interaction: Ability to effectively communicate with clients, understanding their requirements, and providing solutions.


  • Mentorship: Being a mentor to junior and middle-level developers, providing guidance and support.
  • Strategic Thinking: Ability to align technical solutions with business goals and objectives.
  • Team Management: Experience in leading and managing development teams, fostering collaboration and high performance.
  • Decision Making: Capable of making sound decisions based on analysis, experience, and business needs.
  • Innovation: Identifying opportunities for process improvement and driving innovation within the team.
  • Client Relationship Management: Building strong relationships with clients, understanding their needs, and ensuring satisfaction.
  • Conflict Management: Effective resolution of conflicts within the team and with stakeholders.
  • Presentation Skills: Ability to present complex technical concepts to both technical and non-technical audiences.

Expert/Team Lead

  • Strategic Leadership: Providing strategic direction to the development team, aligning with organizational goals.
  • Technical Expertise: Deep knowledge and expertise in BitBucket and related technologies.
  • Cross-functional Collaboration: Collaborating with other teams and departments to achieve common goals.
  • Change Management: Leading and managing teams through organizational changes and transformations.
  • Negotiation Skills: Effective negotiation with clients, vendors, and stakeholders to achieve mutually beneficial outcomes.
  • Performance Optimization: Identifying and implementing performance improvements in the development process.
  • Risk Management: Assessing and mitigating risks associated with software development projects.
  • Strategic Planning: Developing long-term strategies and roadmaps for software development initiatives.
  • Quality Assurance: Ensuring high-quality deliverables through effective testing and quality assurance processes.
  • Influence and Persuasion: Ability to influence and persuade stakeholders to adopt best practices and make informed decisions.
  • Continuous Improvement: Driving a culture of continuous improvement, encouraging innovation and learning throughout the team.

How and where is BitBucket used?

How and where
Case NameCase Description
Continuous Integration and DeploymentBitbucket allows developers to set up automated build and deployment processes through integrations with popular CI/CD tools like Jenkins, Bamboo, and Travis CI. This enables teams to easily build, test, and deploy their applications with every code change, ensuring faster and more reliable software releases.
Version Control and CollaborationBitbucket provides a robust version control system, allowing teams to track changes to their codebase over time. With features like branching, merging, and pull requests, developers can collaborate effectively and manage code changes efficiently, reducing conflicts and ensuring code quality. Bitbucket also offers integrations with popular communication tools like Slack, making it easier for teams to discuss and review code changes in real-time.
Code Review and Quality AssuranceBitbucket’s pull request feature enables developers to initiate code reviews and gather feedback from team members before merging changes into the main codebase. This promotes code quality and helps identify potential issues early on. Additionally, Bitbucket integrates with code analysis tools like SonarQube, enabling teams to automatically detect code smells, bugs, and vulnerabilities, ensuring higher code quality and reducing technical debt.
Issue Tracking and Project ManagementBitbucket provides built-in issue tracking capabilities, allowing teams to create and manage tasks, bugs, and feature requests directly within the development environment. This streamlines project management and facilitates collaboration between developers and other stakeholders. Bitbucket also integrates with popular project management tools like Jira, providing a seamless workflow for tracking and resolving issues.
Compliance and SecurityBitbucket offers robust security features, including role-based access control, branch permissions, and encrypted communication. These features ensure that only authorized individuals have access to the codebase and sensitive information. Bitbucket also supports compliance with industry standards like GDPR and HIPAA, providing necessary safeguards for organizations operating in regulated environments.

What are top BitBucket instruments and tools?

Instruments and tools
  • Bitbucket Pipelines: Bitbucket Pipelines is a powerful continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) tool built into Bitbucket. It allows developers to automate their software delivery process, enabling them to build, test, and deploy their applications with ease. With its simple configuration and integration with other popular tools, Bitbucket Pipelines streamlines the entire CI/CD workflow, making it a popular choice among development teams.
  • Bitbucket Server: Bitbucket Server, formerly known as Stash, is the self-hosted version of Bitbucket. It provides a secure and scalable Git repository management solution for teams who prefer to host their code on their own infrastructure. Bitbucket Server offers a range of features, including pull requests, code reviews, and branch restrictions, making it a reliable choice for enterprises and organizations with strict security requirements.
  • Bitbucket Data Center: Bitbucket Data Center is the highly scalable and clustered version of Bitbucket Server. It is designed to meet the needs of large enterprises and organizations that require high availability and performance for their Git repositories. Bitbucket Data Center offers features such as disaster recovery, horizontal scaling, and load balancing, making it an ideal choice for teams working on mission-critical projects.
  • Bitbucket Code Insights: Bitbucket Code Insights provides valuable insights into your codebase by analyzing code quality, test coverage, and other metrics. It integrates with popular code analysis tools like SonarQube and allows developers to easily track and improve the quality of their code. With Code Insights, teams can make data-driven decisions and ensure the overall health and maintainability of their codebase.
  • Bitbucket Branch Permissions: Bitbucket Branch Permissions allows teams to enforce branch-level access controls and restrictions. It enables administrators to define rules for who can merge, push, or delete branches, ensuring that only authorized users can make changes to critical branches. Branch Permissions helps teams maintain code integrity and prevent accidental or unauthorized changes to important code branches.
  • Bitbucket Issue Tracker: Bitbucket Issue Tracker is a built-in issue tracking system that helps teams manage and track bugs, tasks, and feature requests within their repositories. It provides a centralized platform for collaboration and allows developers to link issues directly to their code. With features like custom workflows, issue linking, and user mentions, Bitbucket Issue Tracker facilitates efficient project management and improves team productivity.
  • Bitbucket REST API: Bitbucket REST API allows developers to programmatically interact with Bitbucket and automate various tasks. It provides endpoints for managing repositories, pull requests, issues, and other aspects of the Bitbucket ecosystem. The Bitbucket REST API is widely used by developers to integrate Bitbucket with other tools, build custom workflows, and extend the functionality of the platform.
  • Bitbucket Sourcetree: Bitbucket Sourcetree is a free desktop client for Git and Mercurial version control systems. It provides an intuitive and visual interface for managing repositories, branches, and commits. Sourcetree simplifies the Git workflow by offering features like visual diffing, interactive staging, and easy branching. It is a popular choice among developers for its user-friendly interface and seamless integration with Bitbucket.
  • Bitbucket Smart Mirroring: Bitbucket Smart Mirroring enables teams to set up geographically distributed mirrored repositories to improve performance and reduce latency. It allows users to clone and fetch repositories from a local mirror, reducing the dependence on a central server. Smart Mirroring is particularly useful for teams with distributed members or those working in regions with limited internet connectivity.
  • Bitbucket Insights: Bitbucket Insights is a powerful analytics tool that provides detailed insights into a team’s development workflow and productivity. It offers metrics such as commit frequency, pull request turnaround time, and code review statistics, helping teams identify bottlenecks and improve their development processes. Bitbucket Insights empowers teams to make data-driven decisions and optimize their workflows for maximum efficiency.

TOP 12 Tech facts and history of creation and versions about BitBucket Development

Facts and history
  • Bitbucket was created in 2008 by Jesper Noehr and Jesper Pedersen, initially as a Mercurial-based version control system.
  • In 2010, Bitbucket introduced support for Git, making it one of the first platforms to offer both Mercurial and Git repositories.
  • Bitbucket was acquired by Atlassian in 2010, which helped the platform gain more visibility and resources for further development.
  • One of the key advantages of Bitbucket is its seamless integration with other Atlassian products like Jira and Confluence, enabling a smooth workflow for development teams.
  • Bitbucket offers unlimited private repositories for free, making it an attractive choice for individual developers and small teams.
  • In 2016, Bitbucket introduced Pipelines, a built-in continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) service, allowing developers to automate their build, test, and deployment processes.
  • Bitbucket supports various code collaboration features, including pull requests, code reviews, and inline commenting, promoting effective collaboration among team members.
  • In 2017, Bitbucket launched Smart Mirroring, a feature that allows distributed teams to access and work with repositories faster by replicating them to multiple locations globally.
  • Bitbucket has a robust security system, offering features like two-factor authentication, IP whitelisting, and branch permissions to ensure the protection of sensitive code.
  • Bitbucket is known for its flexibility, supporting different deployment models, including cloud-based hosting and self-hosting on a company’s own infrastructure.
  • In 2020, Bitbucket introduced a major update called Bitbucket Cloud Premium, offering advanced features like advanced merge strategies, code owners, and insights to enhance team productivity and code quality.
  • Bitbucket has a vibrant ecosystem of third-party integrations, allowing developers to connect their Bitbucket repositories with various tools and services to enhance their development workflow.

Cases when BitBucket does not work

Does not work
  1. Slow performance: In some cases, users have reported slow performance while using Bitbucket. This can be due to various factors such as a large number of repositories, heavy traffic on the server, or inadequate hardware resources. Slow performance can significantly impact productivity and hinder the development process.
  2. Integration issues: Bitbucket offers integration with various third-party tools and services such as JIRA, Jenkins, and Slack, among others. However, there have been instances where users encountered difficulties while setting up or configuring these integrations. These issues can disrupt workflow and collaboration between different teams and tools.
  3. Limited storage capacity: Bitbucket provides a certain amount of storage capacity for each user or team, depending on the subscription plan. In cases where users exceed the allocated storage limit, they may encounter difficulties in pushing new code or adding files to repositories. This can pose a challenge, especially for projects with large codebases or extensive media files.
  4. Outages and downtime: Like any other online service, Bitbucket is not immune to outages and downtime. There have been occasions when Bitbucket experienced service interruptions or maintenance windows, causing temporary unavailability. Such incidents can disrupt development workflows, leading to project delays or loss of productivity.
  5. Complex permission management: Bitbucket offers robust permission management capabilities to control access to repositories and branches. However, some users have found the permission management system to be complex and challenging to set up correctly. Misconfigurations or inaccurately assigned permissions can lead to unauthorized access or restrictions that hinder collaboration.

Pros & cons of BitBucket

Pros & cons

9 Pros of BitBucket

  • 1. Robust version control system: BitBucket provides a powerful and reliable version control system, allowing teams to effectively manage and track code changes.
  • 2. Seamless integration with other Atlassian tools: BitBucket seamlessly integrates with other Atlassian tools such as Jira and Trello, facilitating a streamlined workflow and enhanced collaboration.
  • 3. Flexible deployment options: BitBucket offers both cloud-based and self-hosted deployment options, providing teams with flexibility based on their specific needs and preferences.
  • 4. Advanced branching and merging capabilities: BitBucket enables teams to easily create branches, merge code, and manage complex codebase structures, ensuring efficient collaboration and code management.
  • 5. Extensive plugin ecosystem: BitBucket has a wide range of plugins and integrations available, allowing teams to customize and extend its functionality to suit their unique requirements.
  • 6. Built-in continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD): BitBucket offers built-in CI/CD capabilities, enabling teams to automate their software development processes and achieve faster and more reliable deployments.
  • 7. Excellent security and access controls: BitBucket provides robust security measures, including granular access controls, two-factor authentication, and encryption, ensuring the protection of sensitive code and data.
  • 8. Excellent documentation and support: BitBucket offers comprehensive documentation and provides excellent support resources, including knowledge base articles, community forums, and responsive customer support.
  • 9. Cost-effective for small teams: BitBucket offers free plans for small teams, making it an affordable choice for startups or small-scale projects.

9 Cons of BitBucket

  • 1. Limited free plan features: While BitBucket offers a free plan, it has limitations in terms of the number of users, repositories, and build minutes, which may not be sufficient for larger teams or projects.
  • 2. Learning curve for beginners: BitBucket can have a learning curve for beginners who are new to version control systems, especially those who are not familiar with Git.
  • 3. Relatively slower performance compared to some competitors: In certain cases, BitBucket may have slower response times compared to other version control platforms, especially when dealing with large repositories or complex operations.
  • 4. Limited customization options: While BitBucket has a plugin ecosystem, the level of customization options may be more limited compared to some other version control platforms.
  • 5. Limited built-in project management features: BitBucket focuses primarily on version control and lacks some advanced project management features that are available in dedicated project management tools.
  • 6. Limited integration options outside Atlassian ecosystem: While BitBucket integrates seamlessly with other Atlassian tools, its integration options with non-Atlassian tools may be more limited.
  • 7. Dependency on Atlassian infrastructure: As BitBucket is an Atlassian product, its availability and performance may be dependent on the infrastructure and maintenance of the Atlassian ecosystem.
  • 8. No built-in code review functionality: Unlike some other version control platforms, BitBucket does not have built-in code review functionality, requiring teams to rely on external tools or plugins for code review processes.
  • 9. Potential scalability challenges for large enterprises: BitBucket may face scalability challenges for large enterprises with extensive code repositories and high user volumes, requiring additional infrastructure and optimization efforts.

TOP 10 BitBucket Related Technologies

Related Technologies
  • Java

    Java is a popular programming language for software development on BitBucket. It is known for its versatility, scalability, and cross-platform compatibility. With a large community and extensive libraries, Java enables developers to build robust and enterprise-level applications.

  • Python

    Python is a widely used language for BitBucket development. It emphasizes code readability and simplicity, making it an excellent choice for beginners. Python’s extensive standard library and rich ecosystem of frameworks enable developers to quickly build web applications, data analysis tools, and more.

  • JavaScript

    JavaScript is a vital component for front-end development on BitBucket. It is the language of the web, allowing developers to create interactive and dynamic user interfaces. JavaScript frameworks like React and Angular enhance productivity and enable the development of complex web applications.

  • Git

    Git is a distributed version control system that is integral to BitBucket software development. It allows multiple developers to collaborate on a project simultaneously, track changes, and easily merge code. Git’s efficiency, speed, and branching capabilities make it a preferred choice for managing source code.


    HTML and CSS are fundamental technologies for web development on BitBucket. HTML provides the structure and content of web pages, while CSS handles the presentation and styling. Together, they form the backbone of modern web design, enabling developers to create visually appealing and responsive websites.

  • React

    React is a powerful JavaScript library for building user interfaces. It allows developers to create reusable UI components, making code modular and maintainable. React’s virtual DOM and efficient rendering engine contribute to fast and seamless user experiences, making it popular for BitBucket development.

  • Spring Boot

    Spring Boot is a popular framework for building Java-based applications on BitBucket. It simplifies the development process by providing ready-to-use components and configurations. With Spring Boot, developers can create robust and scalable applications with less boilerplate code.

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