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Which Git clients work for hardware engineers (and how)

We live at the dawn of a golden age of hardware development. The tools being built are powerful, fast, and focused on saving money and time but not necessarily with an intuitive user interface. Git has a reputation for being clunky and severe, but everyone participating in the tool-building ecosystem has taken Git a long way from its command line only roots.

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Git for hardware: best practices for commits

Revision control can be overwhelming when first starting out. Engineers used to releasing files once per PCBA revision can be daunted by commits. It’s very easy to finish working on a section of a schematic and instantly jump to another. Keeping the development momentum flowing is important.

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