The obvious question is; what's a DLL?
....and this ladies and gentlemen, are the coders we now have on
A lot of people seem to equate "distributed version control" to "git". This is incredibly short-sighted (See mercurial, bazaar, bitkeeper, darcs. Raise your hand if you're fluent in any other dvcs than git).
Git is the C++ of version control: it's incredibly powerfull, but needlessly complicated. It's the result of piling unrelated features while trying not to break the workflow of existing users.
The issue is, that after monthes of learning to master this complexity, you become convinced that it's necessary. It's not.
And yes, git can also be seen as version control for hipsters. After all, it's designed around letting people diverge from the accepted path
+2 for Insightful. I've said this time and time again. Down with RoR, Node, Git...just...down with it all, please. #hipsterSoftware #hipsterCoder
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