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I wanted to start a quick discussion here on TFS / GIT for source control
I've been using TFS for probably the last 10 years, and was always happy with it, but we can all clearly see the world moving to GIT for the last few year
I've been doing some research to see if it is worth to migrate my D365 projects to GIT or not, but it's very hard to see a simple answer, so I wanted to hear what you guys are using out there
some key points that I find:
So what are you guys using? and what are the pros/cons? if you migrated from TFS to GIT, did you see any advantage ?
it's just source control system, In my opinion is more important to coordinate with the other developers you are working with to agree on a common standard (branch used, when to commit the changes, who process the merge,...)
however you are right, everybody is moving to GIT
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