Distributed VS Server Based Version Control Systems

This video will discuss the differences and advantages of using a distributed version control system, like Git, compared to a server based version control system, like SubVersion or SourceSafe.

This video was originally produced for my clients who tend to be small organizations, but the video discusses large project implementations as well.

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