Having worked with GitFlow on a data science project and coming to a few epiphanies with it, I decided to share some of my thoughts in an essay.
One of my thoughts here is that most data scientists aren't resistant to using GitFlow (and more generally, just being more intentional about what gets worked on) because it's a bad idea, but because there's a lack of incentives to do so. In there, I try to address this concern.
And because GitFlow does require knowledge of Git, it can trigger an, "Oh no, one more thing to learn!" response. These things do take time to learn, yes, but I see it also as an investment of time with a future payoff.
Apart from that, I hope you enjoy the essay; writing it was also a great opportunity for me to pick up more advanced features of
pymdownx, a package that extends Markdown syntax with other really cool features.