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Grandfathering in legacy

Published on April 16, 2020 and filed under Software engineering
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It's hard to find a developer who loves git, but it's even harder to find one who doesn't use it. It is an excellent tool but having an intuitive UI is not one of its strong points. Let's avoid a lot of frustration in the future by investing little time to demystify one of the most common operations in git - branching.
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Written by

Maarten Scholz

Maarten is a passionate software engineer who worked for madewithlove from 2015 till 2020.

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