CVS Subversion TFS and now Perforce

Version Control was not a big thing as long as I was doing freelance development. But once I got into the process of working with a team I released that a Team programming without source control is useless.

I started using CVS with the WinCVS client .. Then moved on to use Sub Version with the TortoiseSVN client..

I spent most of the last 2 years in Microsoft world .. So Team Foundation Server was the system..

Right now IM on Ruby and we are using Perforce which is actually Damn Good !

Ther user interface is damn simple although it might look a bit funny.

Its one the systems used by development teams which work on various platforms ..

I can check in code from my windows box and get latest on my Linux box / server ..

This is really cool !!

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Varun Krish

Varun Krish has been dabbling with computers and websites for almost 2 decades. He has traveled to over 24 countries and hopes to visit every country on earth one day. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of FoneArena.com You can follow him on @varunkrish

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