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A programming discipline for tracking, storing and retrieving revisions of source code.

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Yes. All it takes is a single mistake and you'll be kicking yourself for it. You're also in the position to choose which version control system (VCS) is used. If there is any possibility that you'll …
answered Feb 24 '11 by J.K.
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Do you delete it (not recommended by several guides)? No. Do you use it as production? No. Once a state of the code is deem production-ready, git tag is used to mark it. Do you use it …
answered Apr 15 '11 by J.K.
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It's fine! If you're planning to dump out your database that contains private information about anything, I urge you to think again. In terms of security, if it's obvious that you haven't sanitised y …
answered Feb 17 '11 by J.K.
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In most smaller cases, it would be ideal to rely on separate development on 3rd-party packages as this effectively shares the workload between multiple entities. However, in a large project such as Ch …
answered Apr 4 '11 by J.K.
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Let's say we have Git repo A. Dev 1 clones Git repo A. Dev 2 clones Git repo A Dev 1 modifies files: foo, bar, and baz (from cloned Git repo A). Dev 2 modifies files: baz, bar, and foo (from cloned …
answered Jul 19 '11 by J.K.
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Delete the branch when: A merge has been made into master/whatever. Your little experiment (where you thought you could do something really smart) goes wrong.
answered Jun 28 '11 by J.K.