Learning and using an SVN is so important to help keep a secure backup of all versions of your code, be able to experiment and test it, and publish changes in a collaborative environment. On projects where I’m the sole developer, I still use Git. I prefer BitBucket because it is private and free. Bit Bucket’s interface is clean and easy for novices and pros to follow.
To see a list of the remote repositories you are configured to connect to, type the following at your server command line:
git remote -v
That command will return a list that will look like this format:
origin firstname.lastname@example.org:github/git-reference.git (fetch)
origin email@example.com:github/git-reference.git (push)
For a full list of remote commands and to learn more, visit these links: