Mandatory tool for Software Development
November 23, 2019

Mandatory tool for Software Development

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Git

Our whole company uses Git for code collaboration where a team can continuously develop features for the software. Also, it allows our peers to review the code and once necessary approvals are received, we can merge the code ensuring proper workflow is followed. Git gives us helpful insight regarding project progress, software security vulnerabilities.
  • It's a great version control system helps us to develop the software incrementally releasing stable versions.
  • Git gives proper reminders when ever the my peers requests code review approval.
  • Git can be easily integrated with other software like Slack, Developer workbenches like Web Storm, Visual Studio Code, etc.
  • Git commands are very intuitive, makes us to easily understand and get the work done.
  • Git gives us great insights on the project progress like the number of Pull Requests Raised, Closed Issues, etc.
  • Git gives an intuitive UI, so the user can operate through the web.
  • Git can still improve UI design.
  • Git can also embed some artificial intelligence, and suggest alternate ways to solve the problem when the code review happens.
  • Git can also suggest when the deadline for any reviews should be closed so it helps the developers in the team to finish that PR within time.
  • It helps to track the different versions of software and helps us to deploy a specific version of the software.
  • Helps the developers to focus on the necessary task, and minimalizes mundane manual work thereby establishing a strong workflow methodology.
  • Git gives the ability to keep the code repository private and secure.
Gitlab provides similar features like Git. Git is more robust, secure and developer-friendly to work on.
Git is a great automated version control software, allows the team to develop the product, build and deploy on the cloud iteratively. It helps make product management tasks easier to maintain.

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Would you buy Git again?


Git is an open-source tool suitable for both small as well as large teams. It's great software for code collaboration and version control. I can't think of any situation where it will be less appropriate.