Stefan Kecskes

Never stop learning, because life never stops teaching

Move Local Git Repository to Bitbucket

Collaboration thanks to the remote repository As I described in previous post, when I joined to my current company, we hadn’t any versioning system, not even SVN, and we used to FTP all files to a number of backup folders. I introduced Git on local servers. Everything started to seem better, but after some time we started to work with some people from abroad and one of colleagues started to work from home.

Setting up a Git Repository

Code repositories Repositories these days are one of the basic stones of any software development. It allows teams of people to work together on one piece of software and allow every team member to see who made what changes, when and why. Repositories basically holds the copy of all changes made to code and also gives you the latest, most recent version. I don’t want to go deeply into why is it good and why we (developers) can’t live without it.