That Art of Excellent Source Control Commits and Tracking


To be a successful developer you must become the ultimate organizer.  This means you must be organized in your coding, your placement of files in your projects, how you organize your project requirements, what order you complete requirements in and the list goes on and on.  One of the biggest challenges is organizing how we store and track changes to our source code.  Every experienced developer has been in the scenario where we have had to build a piece of software that required frequent revision.

Depending on how you’ve trained yourself to manage your code you could be doing any number of things.  Some people just same archives of changes, others save versions of a file, and the rest of us – we go deep and we deploy source control management or SCM for short.  I won’t spend the time going into why SCM is so important – or why you shouldn’t…

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