Moving to Git opens up a whole new level of agility for software teams. Freed from the clunky code freezes and monolithic mega-merges that plague centralized version control, developers can isolate work in progress and build in narrow vertical slices with ease. Branching is so painless with Git that many teams are making new branches for each user story or bug fix they implement. This model is quickly becoming the new gold standard for agile teams – and for good reason!

Thursday November 21st at 10am (PST)

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  • How a branch-per-story model helps teams deliver working code in a continuous stream
  • What the workflow looks like for individual developers
  • How it integrates with your existing continuous integration and code review practices
  • Trade-offs to consider when evaluating this model

This webinar assumes a basic understanding of what a version control system is, and a high-level understanding of agile development practices.

I’ll be happy to answer your questions and talk about how teams at Atlassian use Git branching to deliver software on time. Can’t wait to see you there!

Registration is limited, so reserve your spot today!

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JUST ADDED! An encore presentation of the webinar for Europe (delivered in English). Wednesday December 4th at 11:00am CET. Register here.

About Sarah Goff-Dupont

I've been working in and around software teams since before blogging was a "thing". When not writing about all things agile, automated, and/or Atlassian, I can be found reading contemporary fiction, smashing it out & keeping it real at CrossFit, or rolling around on the floor with my kids. Find me on Twitter! @DevToolSuperFan

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