We're working in team with 5 to 6 people. All we are doing is creating a new branch on every new task and later merge it with development branch. Sometimes it's hard to mange locally even! I would like to know are we following best practices? or creating a branch per user is a good approach?
Your current workflow sounds good. A branch per user might not be the best approach given you may collaborate with other team members on a feature; that could get complicated using a branch-per-user workflow.
You may find that this article about Feature Branch Workflow validates your current practices.
I would say..branching mechanism is one of the best ways to use GIT.
Using branching the developers can work independently on their local branch, once done they can push the code to the remote repo so there is no dependency and while merging also you can merge a single branch to master/dev branch.
Multiple teams can work on a single repository at a same time.
Hi @Yogesh Mude, thanks for prompt reply! Yes agree with you, but what if we create branches per user? for instance, we have 5 team members in a team, I would create 5 branches and commit their code into it, once they done with one task, they would create a pull request to the development branch. Is there bad in this approach?
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