One thing to keep in mind is that you can create and work in your own local 
branches and never push those local branches to the remote, origin.
You could also delete your local branch after you have merge it into your 
local master branch, other other main branch that exists on origin.
Hope this helps.


On Sunday, September 21, 2014 6:11:03 AM UTC-4, Kunal Bajpai wrote:
> I have been using Git for about 2-3 months and have been using it on 
> command line for about a week. I wanted a little help with best practices 
> using Git & branching.
> I had created a branch out *master *committed some code to the branch & 
> pushed it to the *remote *with same name. But now how do I push the 
> latest code on the current branch to the *master.*
> Should I *merge* the current branch to *master? W*hat is the best thing 
> to do in this scenario?

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