Chapter 5. Obtaining the Most – Good Commits and Workflows

Now that we are familiar with Git and versioning systems, it's time to look at the whole thing from a much higher perspective to become aware of common patterns and procedures.

In this chapter, we will walk through some of the most common ways to organize and build meaningful commits and repositories. We will obtain not only a well-organized code stack, but also a meaningful source of information.

The art of committing

While working with Git, committing seems the easiest part of the job: you add files, write a short comment, and then, you're done. However, it is because of its simplicity that often, especially at the very beginning of your experience, you acquire the bad habit of doing terrible ...

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