As part of my studies at Solent, we were introduced to using Git in our workflow. Git is useful as it means mistakes can be corrected by rolling back the code to a version that worked. I’d come across this before at Fluid Studios Ltd. where they were using Git Kraken, however, I’d never really needed it in my own work. I use GitHub to store all of my work and use Git on the command line to make commits. I haven’t actually needed it for version control yet, just as a space to showcase my work and how much of it I am doing. You can see on my portfolio an image depicting how many commits I’ve made in the past year.