A while back I wrote a post entitled “Why I chose to use BitBucket for personal and client projects”. At the time, I found BitBucket very attractive because it permitted me to create as many private repos as I wanted for free. I could only have up to 5 people on my team, but that was not an issue for me. I find Bitbucket otherwise to be a bit of a pain in the ass. There is no comparable “gh-pages” branch, i.e. “bitbucket-pages” to host your repos live for the world to see. It really only serves as a coding repository, which is fine. But for someone like myself , it is important to be able to showcase my work for as little as possible, and as much as possible, within a central location. Recently, Github provided that solution.
You can build your own projects on GitHub.com and invite collaborators to join you in unlimited private repositories.
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