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Git has become a life Saver!

For me git has become a life saver and an important part of web development. As each developer brings there own way of programming and keeping "code safe"; its helpful to known that we all can follow same style when we commit our changes to the master branch.

Git makes it easy to review current updates with updates that are already live.

I use git history (git log) feature on almost daily basis to review my changes, before I commit them to feature branch. The git feature branches makes it easy to test out the code in isolated qa-websites that are kept clean from working development websites.

It was a learning curve when I first started in git; but over constant reuse and following some git cheetsheets, I have come to enjoy and love git version control system.

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