Version control helps large projects from spinning out of control
Is your next big business idea is based on software development?
Does it involve an elaborate technical concept, or simply requires a large distributed team working on one task?
Then you need to learn two words by heart: Version Control.
Version control, also called subversion control, or revision control, helps large projects from spinning out of control by letting individual programmers, writers, or project managers tackle a project from different angles without getting in each other’s way and without doing damage that can’t be undone.
There’s a great visual introduction to version control here if you are completely unfamiliar with the concept.
So, which version control is right for your project?
There are a number of solutions out there, and so we’ve put together a definitive feature comparison so you can decide the best solution for you.
This is a fairly technical topic, so if you don’t have a software background, read our comparison carefully, and consult with your lead technical personnel before you make any final decisions. Find out more
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If you had, you will know how hard it can be to attract media attention.
It’s easy to end up feeling invisible if there isn’t a high profile name involved.
Or if you don’t have an instantly recognizable billion dollar idea.
To complicate things further, you’ll generally only get a few chances at nailing your pitch.
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