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Should a developer always use version control [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I've heard statements to the effect of: "Well it's just me working on this project so I don't need to put it under source control" ...
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12answers
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What is the best local version control tool for personal use? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I was wondering if there is a tool out there which acts as Visual Source Safe but only on local machine. Basically I would like to ...
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Should I use a code repository if I am the only one working on a project? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I am not sure if I should use a code repository when I am the only one working on a project.
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how do you back up your code on your local computer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I have a folder containing all my code (working code, experiment code). I'd like to back it up to a zip file on an external hard ...
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Team of 1: Do I need Project Management & Versioning Software? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Version control for independent developers? I work as a Junior Programmer in a team of 1. I am looking for suggestions of what open source/free Project Management(I cant ...
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git for personal (one-man) projects. Overkill?

I know, and use, two version control systems: Subversion and git. Subversion, as of now, gets used for personal projects where I am the only developer and git gets used for open source projects and ...
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Best version control habits for solo developer?

I'm a sole developer at my work and while I understand the benefits of VCS; I find it hard to stick to good practices. At the moment I'm using git to develop mostly web apps (which will never be open ...
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Are there advantages to using a DVCS for a solo developer?

Right now, I use visual svn on my server, and have ankhsvn/tortoise on my personal machine. It works fine enough, and I don't have to change, but if I can see some benefits of using a DVCS, then I ...
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Add a second developer to the team

In my company, I'm the only developer, but we plan on expanding the team by hiring a second programmer. I know there are a lot of implications to that (especially around source control). I've Googled ...
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Organizing code in a 2 man team

I've been working with a buddy of mine on a school project. We forecast it'll take ~2 months, so it isn't a small scale project at all. Communication and splitting the work effectively has been a ...