Version Control

Technical Definition – A system that records changes to source code so that specific versions can be recalled in the future.

Layman’s Definition – This system is also known as a source code control system, this is a system that stores application code files and keeps track what changes have been made to each and every file (and by whom) over time.

How we use it – At alligatortek we use version control systems as a central repository for a given project’s source code.  That makes sharing code, reverting to known working version, and managing multiple people editing the same code a lot easier.

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