Using Git in Visual Studio

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Support for Git is available in Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, and Visual Studio Online. In this session, learn more about why you might want to use Git for your next project, what makes DVCS a powerful model for software development and when you might want to choose Git over TFVC for version control. Learn about the fundamentals of a repository and how to successfully collaborate using Git in your Team Foundation Server or Visual Studio Online account. Discover how pull requests can help facilitate collaboration and agility while maintaining code quality.
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2

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Breakout

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3-746

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Room 2009

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      plejaren

      when you have switched the branches from master to Feature-C through powershell 'git checkout Feature-C' it is not changing the 'TextFile2.txt' Content, should it has to update with the magic line ?

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      gerry lowry

      File naming error (two files, same name):
      3-746-mobile.mp4 Low Quality MP4 (approx. 500-800kbps)
      3-746-mobile.mp4 Mid Quality MP4 (approx. 2-2.5Mbps)

      P.S.: hello Phil & Martin. B-)

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