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Sync changes to remote with push, pull, and fetch

Sync changes to remote with push, pull, and fetch: Visual Studio Essential Training: 10 Protecting Your Code Base with Source Control Providers
Sync changes to remote with push, pull, and fetch: Visual Studio Essential Training: 10 Protecting Your Code Base with Source Control Providers

Eventually you will need to get your changes in the local repository up to the remote repository on GitHub. That’s what a push operation does. This tutorial explores the Pull, Fetch, and Push features and how to use them together to ensure code changes are committed with minimal impact to the other team members working on the project.

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Q: This course was updated on 08/23/2017. What changed?

A: A new video was added that provides notes for Visual Studio 2017 developers.

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