Comic book continuity and Git rebase


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I enjoyed this talk, it was confidently put across and the illustrations were very well done. I'd gotten lazy with the way that I was using Git and I took away several ideas for how to improve, including that commits containing broken code should be cleaned up by squashing commits together to improve the integrity of the codebase as a whole.

I thought that the analogy of the comic book would help more than it did (for me, anyway), but I already had a foundation understanding of Git rebase so I followed it just fine.