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Git GUI or CLI for professionals ?

sid smith
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What is preferred in the industry or in your company and why ? Is it just a matter of personal preference ? I am thinking if I should even bother
to learn the CLI version when the GUI is so much easier.

Thanks in advance.
Bear Bibeault
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I use both. Others I know use one or the other. It comes down to what you like.


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