In this ByteSized RSE episode of Code For Thought Peter Schmidt speaks with Raniere Silva from Gesis at the Leibniz Institute in Germany. The topic is GIT, where it comes from, the reasons behind its name, and the great features it comes with. In particular, they focus on how to deal with and avoid merge conflicts, branching patterns and features such as stash and cherrypick.
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