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97 Things Every Programmer Should Know 68 Put Everything Under Version Control

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PUT EVERYTHING IN ALL YOUR PROJECTS UNDER VERSION CONTROL.

Once your project is under version control, you can obviously track its history, see who wrote what code, and refer to a file or project version through a unique identifier.

A version control system minimizes friction among developers.

Once you've seen the beauty of working with a version control system, following a couple of rules will make you and your team even more effective:

  • Commit each logical change in a separate operation.
  • Accompany each commit with an explanatory message.
  • Finally, avoid committing code that will break a project's build, otherwise you'll become unpopular with the project's other developers.