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Jeff Brown

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In previous articles, you learned “How to Revert a Commit in Git” (a PowerShell Git tutorial) and “How to Merge in Git: Remote and Local Git Repositories Tutorial.” You can also use Git to create branches in your project. Git branching allows multiple developers to work on a project by modifying the working codebase.

In this article, you will learn more about Git branching, multiple ways to create branches, and how to merge these branches to a local or remote repository.

Check out the full post over at the Varonis Inside Out Security Blog:
Git Branching and Merging: A Step-By-Step Guide

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