All the Git You Need for a Team of One | Using 100% VSCode & Github | No Git Commands to Memorize

This beginner tutorial uses Git, VSCode, and GitHub to back up our source code, maintain revision history, and manage releases. Git is a powerful source code management tool and there are many different ways to use it, so things can get messy or confusing really quickly. When working on projects where I am a team of just myself, my focus is on developing code and making sure that my code and its history are backed up. I want to minimize the need to look up or memorize Git commands or research which commands to get me out of which strange scenario. Therefore, I like to use VSCode’s built-in Git functionality along with GitHub. The usage pattern presented in this video follows closely to the GitHub Flow pattern:

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