Back in January, I wrote about my feelings that Subversion still beats Git when it comes to the corporate environment. I pointed out that Git has some great features, but that the corporate world was heavily invested in Subversion, and was likely to stay that way.
I subsequently got flamed.
Note: This post is outdated, and has been superseded by Git Versus Subversion: A Reconsideration.
There are lots of projects heading over to Git these days. It’s not hard to see why: Git offers great merging support, distributed version control, and a great playground. Spots like Github even offer centralization crucial to large open source projects. But when it comes to the corporate world, Git may not be ready for prime time.