Git in Practice

Includes 66 Techniques

Ranked #11 in Github, Ranked #11 in Git

No matter how good a team is, it will flounder if it can't keep the code organized, which can be especially tough when members of the team are spread across multiple locations and time zones. Git is a version control system designed to facilitate work among distributed teams. Git's decentralized architecture, in which each developer maintains a copy of the repository, means that branching and committing are lightning fast. Git manages complex code merges, task switching, and project branching with minimal ceremony, allowing the focus to be on the code instead of tedious administrative... more

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