Always create a branch is similar to always create a feature switch 👍 that way you will only need 4 commands: pull, commit, push...and sometimes merge
😄 sure, the scope is not to reduce the number of commands though 😉.
Feature flags are a powerful way that help to integrate often and in fact I'm using them as well. If I know a feature will take weeks to develop and it cannot be split up properly into smaller releasable pieces (which would be the preferred way), then definitely go with feature flags.
The scope of this post is more like to resume the work you left the day before, but which you still want to commit and push up to your own remote in the meantime 🙂.
But thx a lot for your comment 🙂
I concentrated too much on reducing the commands used :)
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