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Generalgit poll Pin
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Current Story:

Where I am working now we are using GIT, like many company before.
But, and this is a first for me, everyone is working on their own branch and, every now and then people make a pull request to develop to be approved by the lead developer.
Of course one should make sure the pull request has no conflict. But since 2 weeks of work from an other developer can drop anytime... despite me merging my branch from develop every morning I am having lots of painful merge conflicts... every few days....

What I wonder:

is it common practice to have every developer working on its own branch instead of the whole team working on a common branch?
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