Create repo on github/gitlab -> git init on local -> create .gitignore
-> git add .gitignore -> git commit -m 'initial commit' -> add remote origin -> push
-> checkout -b develop -> git push origin HEAD -> branch setting on remote (protect/CI etc)
-> checkout -b feature/xxxxxxx -> push origin HEAD -> Pull Request -> SELF REVIEW
-> squash merge -> rebase origin develop -> ..... continue ( ˙꒳˙ )
woohoo I follow you until git commit -m "Initial commit" then am lost XD
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