Git for Projects

You’ve become comfortable using Git for version control on your projects and assignments. However, you likely haven’t used the same Git repository to collaborate with others. It should come as no surprise to you that in the professional tech world, developers are working in the same code base all the time!

Aside from tracking your changes to a project, Git also enables efficient collaboration with others. This means that there are mechanisms for combining different groups of changes (merging), for sharing code remotely (using remote repositories), and for carrying out different sets of tasks within the same repository (branching). We’ll learn about these in more detail.