Hi friends,
Our team is considering switching to git and I had one question for
you. One of the most attractive features of Git is the branching.
However, is it possible to sync your local branch with a remote server
without merging it with HEAD?

The primary reason for me to want this is so that I can keep checking
in my code into a remote repo as a backup. From what I understood,
each person would have their own local repository and I would commit
my code against my local repo. However, this means all my changes are
only located on my own physical machine (and are not backed up).

Thoughts?

Thanks,
Kel
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