If you commit changes to your codebase the right way, you can avoid headaches down the road.
Atomic vs Bloated CommitsWe’ve all needed to revert a small change and found ourselves searching for it when a massive commit changes dozens of files and adds multiple features.
The trick is that we can semi-automatically commit changes as part of our workflow.
The Structure of a Good CommitThese rules aren’t carved in stone, but can help you estimate what a good commit might look like:unambiguous : no second guessing about what those commit changes do.
Simply put, commit changes to your codebase the right way — it’s a crucial part of good project management.

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