When you first get started with Git and GitHub, your modest goal might be just to get the code committed into the repository. But since the platform and tooling is easy to learn, you'll soon find yourself seeking the next level of proficiency, and that includes crafting well-formed groups of changes. The result is that your commits become a narrative of the origins, revisions, and aspirations of the project. This narrative provides a valuable historical scaffolding for both debugging as well as comprehension of the codebase's current state.

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