Linus Torvalds created Git in 2005 for Linux kernel development. It's a fast,
data-integrity-focused distributed control system supporting non-linear workflows.
Git admits many configurations that allow organizing work as we wish.
If you make negative changes in a production project, you can solve it with a simple command.
Git adds many tools at our disposal to facilitate our work in a robust, fast and professional way.
The changes made in one of the project branches will not have consequences for users who currently use or access the unmodified or main version.