Commits are the core building block units of a Git project timeline. Commits can be thought of as snapshots or milestones along the timeline of a Git project. Commits are created with the git commit command to capture the state of a project at that point in time.
As a developer, commit means I want to submit my code to main codebase.
As a manager, commit means I want to add my view with the help of code and showcase my work to other developer/manager so they can help me out.
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