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Azure DevOps provide functions as cloud services that were previously available only on the server components of a Visual Studio-based development environment, i.e., Team Foundation Server. With Azure DevOps development projects can be planned, created, and distributed without having to configure server environments for this purpose. At the push of a button, Azure DevOps creates team projects in which source code can be managed centrally via Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) or in a distributed manner via Git. Work tasks, functions, bugs, etc. can be managed via backlogs and scheduled, monitored, and traced using various process templates (Scrum, Kanban, agile processes). Azure DevOps can also handle the build process, automated testing, and provision.

Visual Studio Videos

Introduction to gRPC
3/19/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
[0:26:34]
Uno Platform Behind the Scenes
3/5/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
[0:30:52]
GitHub Actions
2/27/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
[0:22:39]
Visual Studio Online
2/20/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
[0:15:27]
VS Code Integration with GitHub and Azure
2/13/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
[0:19:18]
.NET Conf: Focus on Blazor Teaser
1/9/2020, Ch9: VS Toolbox
[0:14:58]

Visual Studio News

4/3/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday! Maintaining our “social distance” can be tough, but fortunately reading through these posts and experimenting ourselves is a great way to pass the time. Today’s selection of...
4/2/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
The impacts of the COVID-19 global health pandemic on our lives and work will ripple out for years. With almost no notice, nearly the entire world has been thrust into remote work. As we adjust...
3/31/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure DevOps serves as the foundation of the engineering system for many of our customers, as well as for most of Microsoft itself. With so much uncertainty arising from the COVID-19 global...
3/27/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday DevOps friends! I hope you all are staying healthy and safe in your parts of the world. I live in an area that’s under a “safer at home” order, which leaves me some additional time...
3/20/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Happy Friday everyone! The content parade continues this week with topics including: database changes in the pipeline, infrastructure as code, security, and automation of Azure DevOps itself....
3/19/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Pull Requests are a vital feature for many Azure Repos customers. We are excited to announce that our new pull request web experience is now available in preview! Not only is the new experience...
3/18/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
With the release of OpenSSH 8.2 last month, connections to SSH servers using SHA-1 was disabled by default in the OpenSSH client. We understand that this move helps improve the security of SSH...
3/13/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Hey y’all! Happy Friday the 13th! While there’s lots of discouraging things out on the interwebs lately, we have some great examples of how to continue to deliver software. From build pipelines...
3/10/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes for security vulnerabilities that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server 2019, as well as the following older Team Foundation Server releases: TFS...
3/6/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
It’s been another good week for Azure DevOps content. This week we’ve got a comparison in working with Azure Pipelines Tasks and GitHub Actions, see how Azure DevOps is any language, any...
3/6/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
We would like to provide an update on last week’s announcement regarding support for TLS 1.0/1.1 in Azure DevOps Services. Based on early feedback from some customers, we are postponing the...
2/23/2020, Azure Tips and Tricks
Visual Studio Code (VS Code) is a lightweight code editor that works great for developing applications for any programming language. It is fast, it updates regularly and it is completely free!...
2/21/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Starting February 24, the legacy Basic (no-charge) and Premium (pay-per-incident) support options for Azure DevOps Services will be retired, and support for our cloud-based Azure DevOps Services...
2/12/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Git is a distributed version control system, so by default each Git repository has a copy of all files in the entire history. Even moderately-sized teams can create thousands of commits adding...
2/6/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure DevOps Roadmap update for 2020 Q1 Last week we updated the Features Timeline to provide visibility to several of our key investments for this quarter. I am happy to share a few highlights...
1/31/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
I still cannot believe it is 2020, and yet January is already over! This week, we’ve got updates on working with Git, deploying static websites and Azure VMs, and more. Thanks to the community...
1/24/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
This week was the week of the first-ever DeliveryConf event, where we tried a new format aimed to encourage the audience participation, and the sharing of insights between professionals working...
1/21/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure Pipelines is currently investing in updating and removing some of its hosted images. These changes are designed to ensure we are able to better serve the needs of our growing user base. As...
1/21/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
Over the past year, we have been able to update Azure Pipelines hosted images faster than ever before. We have also rolled out new images – Windows Server 2019 with Visual Studio 2019, Ubuntu...
1/17/2020, Azure DevOps Blog
The new year is underway, and the days are getting longer. This week, we have some exciting news to share, and some great articles to discuss. Grab a warm beverage and let’s get...