Git Flow Software Description
Git Flow is a very self-explanatory free software workflow for managing Git branches. It is a process that was originally created by GitHub with their internal team for managing software development. It has recently evolved into helping more teams with running their daily work. If you manage a small team and you have a good idea of what will be merged into a given branch and can accept that merging code that has not been reviewed is an anti-pattern, then there are many good reasons to consider Git Flow.
It was started as an experiment by the creators of GitHub itself, which was intended to be a more optimized version of the tool that preceded it, called Simplify, a Python script that helped users manage their Git workflow. It is a solution for those who have difficulties with aspects of Git. This tool seems more useful for new users rather than veterans of Git.