In previous installments of our Git miniseries within a series in Programming By Stealth, Bart taught us how to work in Git standalone on one computer, then how to work as one developer with multiple computers. In those installments he taught us the necessary commands and their importance in the Git scheme of things. In this installment he talks about how and where to work with a team in Git. We learn about the plethora of options from free to full enterprise-size Git-as-a-service, and why he’ll be focusing on Github for the future. He explains how important it is to set up conventions for your team (before you start) for things like coding styles, development paradigm and more. There’s no coding in this episode as it’s more philosophical than other episodes.
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