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In the September issue of Dr. Dobb's Journal, we tackle distributed version control with a detailed examination of the distributed VCS model, a tutorial on Git fundamentals, and a further tutorial on branching and building workflows in Git.

In This September Digital Issue:

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  • Distributed VCS: Understanding the Paradigm Shift
    By Pablo Santos
  • Distributed Version Control Systems use a different model of check-out, check-in, branching, and merging than traditional, centralized, repository-based solutions. Understanding these differences is the only way to derive the many benefits of distributed version control.

  • Getting Started with Git: The Fundamentals
    By Scott Danzig
  • The distributed SCM system that’s taking the world by storm has its own way of doing things. This tutorial explains how to get started with Git and the basic commands for checking-in changes.

  • Git Branches and Workflow
    By Scott Danzig
  • A further tutorial on handling merges and conflicts, pulling changes, and building productive workflows — all activities that git handles uniquely well.

    By you
  • Recommendations to new programmers generated thoughtful letters.

    By Adrian Bridgwater
  • Recent news on tools, platforms, frameworks, and the state of the software development world.

    Snapshots of the most interesting items on drdobbs.com including JDK 8 and Scala for C# developers.

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