Tim Carr of timcarr.net comments:
Git version control has two components a working local copy and a remote repository of some sort (GitHub/Enterprise Git). Development of new features or code changes require branches for each feature to allow easy merging of those features into an existing code stream. In this post we’ll start with the git basics to get you on your feet and running.
The days of code tracking in Notepad files are long gone. You need to get on Git and Tim can help you get there.
Read more at: Git With The Program – Beginning Code Control
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