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Jeff Brown

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Using Git, you can create commits or snapshots of your code and revert to previous versions. Typically when working with Git and code repositories, you create the remote one first, then download it to your local system.

However, if you start a project on your local system first and need to then connect to a remote repository, you will need a way to merge the repositories. In this post, I will show how to merge in Git, meaning how you can take a local Git repository and merge it into a remote repository in your GitHub account.

Check out the full post over at the Varonis Inside Out Security Blog:
How to Merge in Git: Remote and Local Git Repositories Tutorial

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