Git Stash: A Detailed Guide to Shelving Your Code

While that’s OK if you’re the primary person working on that branch, if you’re helping to patch a bug for some teammates you might not want to commit your changes to their branches, too. Then, when it comes time to open a pull request, you’ll be certain that your changes work, but you’ll also be […]

While that’s OK if you’re the primary person working on that branch, if you’re helping to patch a bug for some teammates you might not want to commit your changes to their branches, too. Then, when it comes time to open a pull request, you’ll be certain that your changes work, but you’ll also be certain that your pull request—as well as theirs—only contains the changes that it really needs. Eric is a software developer and development manager who’s done everything from IT security in pharmaceuticals to writing intelligence software for the US government to building international development teams for non-profits.
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