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I'm using Git for version control and I'm liking it. Now, I'm thinking about shelling out for some online storage.

So, two questions: How does online version control work and which one do you prefer and why?

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I use github, which also offers unlimited public repositories -- which is free and no hassle, so feel free to give it a whirl. My experience with it has been that it's solid, shiny, and fairly streamlined. It has cheat sheets that show up when you've created a project as well, guiding you through setting things up. Once setup, I mostly use git push and git pull. Documentation is available via git <command> --help and google.

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I use github, which also offers unlimited public repositories -- which is free and no hassle, so feel free to give it a whirl. My experience with it has been that it's solid, shiny, and fairly streamlined. It has cheat sheets that show up when you've created a project as well, guiding you through setting things up. Once setup, I mostly use git push and git pull. Documentation is available via git <command> --help and google.

Thanks - Do they offer private storage, too? I probably should have specified, but that's what I'm looking for.

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I have been using github on my newest projects and I think it is awesome. I highly recommend it.

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I use github, which also offers unlimited public repositories -- which is free and no hassle, so feel free to give it a whirl. My experience with it has been that it's solid, shiny, and fairly streamlined. It has cheat sheets that show up when you've created a project as well, guiding you through setting things up. Once setup, I mostly use git push and git pull. Documentation is available via git <command> --help and google.

Thanks - Do they offer private storage, too? I probably should have specified, but that's what I'm looking for.

Yes. Did you try clicking the big blue button in the middle of the page saying "Plans, Pricing, and Signup"? [lol]

(And yes, I'm currently making use of private repos)

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