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Marc Littlemore
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Principal Software Engineer at the BBC and ex-console game developer.
Principal Software Engineer at the BBC and ex-console game developer.

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After having used many different source control systems over my 20+ years of software development, it seems like most modern developers end up gravitating towards using git as their go-to version control. This has definitely been helped by the rise in popularity of GitHub as the de-facto place to host open source projects.

Most developers barely scratch the surface in their use of git, often only using the simple combination of pull, push, add, commit and merge commands in order to get their day-to-day work done. By digging a little deeper into the less used git commands, you can begin to use its power to make your workflow a lot easier.

In my article, I explain how to easily use git bisect, a seemingly complex git command, to quickly find defects in your project and determine when they first appeared. Once you learn how it works, you'll find yourself using it every day.

Read the full article on my website.

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