Up and Running with Git Transcripts
Chapter: Introducing Git
Lecture: You should use VCS
0:00 When we think about version control,
0:02 many people see this as a tool for teams to use to build software and that
0:07 is absolutely true. Teams take great advantage of source control to build software.
0:13 It allows them to collaborate and do so in a safe and controlled way.
0:17 But you should be using source control if you're on a team of course.
0:21 But even if you're by yourself,
0:23 how do I know if you're not using version control?
0:26 Do you have a project that maybe you zipped it up to save it?
0:30 So you could make some changes and try it out?
0:32 Is there a set of zip files?
0:34 One of them called version two version two,
0:37 final version two final edited some crazy thing like that.
0:42 Just like I said before version control gives you this great ability to explore and change
0:47 your code without fear of breaking it or losing anything because all you do is save
0:52 the version control. Go tear it up if it's an improvement.
0:55 Great if it's not you just go back through version control the way it was and
0:58 carry on. Version control is super useful as a backup and a tool to allow
1:04 you to be more aggressive with evolving your software even if you're not in a team. So you should be using Version Control.