Git is a version control tool that is used for tracking changes to code during the software development lifecycle. Not to be confused with GitHub which is a tool that uses Git to store code for personal projects, enterprises, and more. Git was developed by Linus Torvalds in 2005 for development of the Linux kernel.
I pushed my changes to the code using the command "git push origin master" which pushed code to the master branch of my repository.
Defined by Connor Brereton on 1-5-2020