GIT Version Management
What is GIT?
Git is a free and Open Source distributed version control system for keeping track of changes to files. Using Git lets you always have a record of all adjustments, and return to specific versions when needed.
Git can have a remote repository which is stored on a server and a local repository which is stored in the computer of each developer. This means that the code is not just stored in a central server, but the full copy of the code is present in all the developers computers.
Git is used for tracking changes in the source code, enabling multiple developers to work together on non-linear development (more on that soon).
Linus Torvalds created Git in 2005 for the development of the Linux kernel.
Online Git Services
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