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Every single place I've worked at or company I've worked with in the last decade has used git. Its just part of every developers work day.
(And I'm a big fan of git).
Theres only really a few commands you need to know
This will pull the latest commits for the current branch.
Push your current branch / commit to the remote server (github etc)
Commit the staged files as a new commit
Change branches (or create a branch with
Rebase current commit ontop of another commit/branch
Merge in other commits/branch(es)
Use binary search to find a commit (useful when something is failing/there is a bug - you can use binary search to quickly find what commit introduced the bug)
"stash" the uncommitted changes. This saves it locally (in your .git directory), and resets the files back so they have no uncommited changes. You can get them back with
git stash apply
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