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Git Feature Branch Workflow

Motivator It's important for a team to have an agreement on how the changes of source code should be applied.
According to projects and teams size, we will define a workflow or select one from recommended workflows; the "Feature Branch Workflow" is a candidate.
What is it? - One branch "master" for main codebase
- Several separated branches for features development
Why should we care? - Be super simple and allow each developer works on a particular feature.
- A stable codebase (master) benefits for continuous integration (CI) environment
- Leverage "Pull request" for Code review
How it works? A lifecyle of a feature branch (usually created by a story)
1. Creator creates a new branch from a story.  For example: "ABC-1-setup-projects"
2. Creator checkouts the created branch and works on the branch (commits, pushes)
3. Creator has done the feature, he uses "pull request" to merge his branch into branch "master"
4. Reviewers…

The Evolution of Team Collaboration

In my point of view, if a team has a good collaboration, team members will achieve the following: To be more effectiveTo make work more enjoyableI have been working for a company for nearly four years as an software developer. Working on various projects from maintaining existing systems to developing a substantial product resulted in me moving to new teams three times. Actually, my most stable team lasted only around three years. 
Every time I've moved to a new team, I have a chance to work with new members and a new team culture again. Indeed, I realize that there is a process of developing the team collaboration which gets better time by time. I think it is an evolution! Phase 1: Poorly collaborateFor example, that is when the team members have the following issues: Only work on his/her area of expertiseDon't communicate to othersBe not confident to take on new challagesDon't listen to other members.
Subsequently, the team has some Failed Sprints and the knowledge gap betwe…