This is the third post in a series of introductory posts intended to help programmers understand Git. These posts are primarily targeted towards Windows using CVS using programmers to help them move to Git for versioning. The previous two posts covered:
Welcome to the second part of the Introduction to Git. In the first part we saw the basics of a Git repository, how to install Git on a Windows machine, initialize and commit our files. Those who missed it can go through it here. On the way, we also saw some of the basics of unix, to understand why Git behaves the way it does.
Version control is one of the most critical aspects of software development and Git is one of the most popular versioning software! Version control comes under Software Configuration Management which in simple terms means tracking and maintaining a history of changes done to our source files.
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