re: Git Rebase and the golden rule explained VIEW POST


Nice article. Rebase is actually part of my teams day-to-day. Yes, we force push after a rebase but the commit history is clean, especially if commits are squashed. You also don't see merge commits in the history which is nice. If everyone's on the same page it can work quite nicely combined with CI and slack bots. I'm probably the odd man out here though 😂


Ditto: we're a small team (3 devs, all in the same location) and often rebase if more than one of us has been working on the same code. With small commits it's easy to sort the occasional conflict, but you have to agree to this method as a team.

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