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Overview

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.

Learning

Learning Paths

Take your first steps with Python
Published: 8/21/2020, Length: 4:33:00
Interested in learning a programming language but aren't sure where to start? Start here! Learn the basic syntax and thought processes required to build simple applications using Python.
Discover the role of Python in space exploration
Published: 7/22/2020, Length: 2:53:00
Get an introduction to Python, and be inspired to learn, discover, and create using Python-based data science and machine learning to help generate knowledge about the world beyond Earth.
Create machine learning models
Published: 8/5/2020, Length: 3:18:00
Machine learning is the foundation for predictive modeling and artificial intelligence. Learn some of the core principles of machine learning and how to use common tools and frameworks to train, evaluate, and use machine learning models.

Learning Modules

Count the number of Moon rocks by type using Python
Published: 7/22/2020, Length: 0:32:00
Deploy to multiple Azure environments by using ARM templates
Published: 7/10/2020, Length: 0:39:00
Code control statements in Python
Published: 7/22/2020, Length: 0:41:00
What is Python?
Published: 12/4/2019, Length: 0:15:00

Visual Studio News

5/20/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Join us for episode 3 in our series DevOps for Java Shops! In this episode Brian Benz walks us through how to deploy a Java application to Azure App Service using GitHub Actions and continuous...
5/20/2022, MS Tech Community
In this post I will demonstrate how to export a WSL distro to a .tar file, and how to use the WSL-DistroLauncher to package it to MSIX.   In case you want to know more details about MSIX, or even...
5/20/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Join us for episode 2 in our series for DevOps for Java Shops! In this episode Brian Benz walks us through how to deploy a Java application to Azure App Service using GitHub Actions and...
5/19/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure DevOps was informed by one of our partner teams of a bug in the settings for setting variables before queuing a build on an Azure Pipeline. On Azure Pipelines, you can explicitly configure...
5/19/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Join us for episode 1 in our series for DevOps for Java Shops! In this episode Brian Benz walks us through how to deploy a Java application to Azure App Service using GitHub Actions. Brian also...
5/18/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure Artifacts is announcing the long-desired feature of supporting Upstreams for Universal Packages across different ADO organizations. For engineers using Azure Artifacts, Universal Packages...
5/18/2022, MS Tech Community
  Microsoft Build 2022 takes place May 24-26, 2022.   Discover the latest news in Azure application development and learn how to take advantage of the latest innovation to build secure,...
5/18/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Azure loves Java, bring your favorite tools and frameworks to Azure! In this 3-part series of our DevOps for Java Shops, Brian Benz stops by to highlight the easiest ways for Java developers to...
5/18/2022, MS Tech Community
There is a resurgence of interest and renewed priority to transform core enterprise systems. This resurgence is largely driven by rapidly shifting workforce dynamics such as retirement, the...
5/17/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes that impact Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1, as well as the following older Team Foundation Server (TFS) releases: TFS 2015.4.2, TFS 2017.3.1 and TFS 2018.3.2. The...
5/17/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
Today, we are releasing multiple versions of our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server. You can find the details of the fixes in the release notes for each version. Azure DevOps Server...
5/17/2022, MS Tech Community
Introduction Azure Arc provides a simplified Governance and Management capability by delivering a consistent multi-cloud and on-premises management platform. Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes allows...
5/13/2022, MS Tech Community
One of the most popular scenarios to build a static website is to run a blog site for myself or my organisation. WordPress is the most popular service for this purpose. Now, you want to migrate...
5/13/2022, MS Tech Community
This month, The MVP Blog is shining a spotlight on some of the MVP community’s developer-focused initiatives around the world.   February saw two of our famous local developer events: Austrian...
5/13/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
We’re back this week for another top stories from the #AzureDevOps #Community! We’re less than 2 weeks away from Microsoft Build! The excitement is building as some of the regions are hosting...
5/13/2022, MS Tech Community
App Installer is a powerful technology which enables to streamline the deployment and update of applications packaged with MSIX. Thanks to App Installer, you can enable features which are...
5/13/2022, MS Tech Community
This article explains details on how to use Custom Action to resolve the issue we found before, weather status icon (svg/xml) could not be displayed in Teams Channel:   Publish Bot App to Teams...
5/12/2022, MS Tech Community
We continue to expand the Azure Marketplace ecosystem. For this volume, 92 new offers successfully met the onboarding criteria and went live. See details of the new offers below:   Get it now...
5/10/2022, MS Tech Community
Announcing Intro to Tech Skills sessions at Microsoft Build 2022!     Once again, our premier developer conference, Microsoft Build, will feature a curated collection of sessions specially...
5/6/2022, Azure DevOps Blog
The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2022.06.05 are here! It’s been a fun week with May the 4th and Cinco de Mayo! I am April Edwards and every week I try to bring you the latest...