Our developer survey found 93% of developers use Git. But what are the other 7% using?
As most knowledge works goes remote, the asynchronous, merge-driven processes pioneered by developers are becoming widespread.
Git branches allow you to keep different versions of your code cleanly separated. Here's a look at how they work and why you should know about them.
When it's been a while, and you're out of sync with your team's tools and tactics, merge conflicts can get real tricky.