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Jan. 10, 2022, 5:10 p.m. | /u/im_bionic

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This is my first post here in Reddit.. Sharing some info regarding 3 famous #BranchingStrategy.. There is no hard and fast rule on which one to follow and it has to be decided purely based on the way development and releases are planned in an organisation/project..


It’s 11 yrs old - which kicked-off the topic of branching strategy when teams aren't aware much about it. It has 2 long living branches (trunk/main and develop) with 3 or more short-lived branches and it leads to merge conflict as a nightmare. …

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