Today’s topic is Commit.
Commit is an interesting word with many different meanings. When you’re working on a product or piece of software, committing is the process of adding the most recent changes to the overall system or repository and updating the version number to reflect those changes. After committing, other members of the team can see the changes that have been made and make sure all of their versions are updated as well.
A great example where we can see this is in an app update on your phone. Before you receive an update the developers are working behind the scenes to make changes to the app. Once all the changes are ready the developer commits to changes to the system and launches the update which you see on your phone.
This weekend we will be committing the year 5781 and making it the most up to date version in the repository of history.
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