Azure DevOps

Services for teams to share code, track work, and ship software.

Overview

Azure DevOps provides developer services for allowing teams to plan work, collaborate on code development, and build and deploy applications.

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Published: 10/19/2022, Length: 0:57:00

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11/28/2022, Azure DevOps Podcast
Brady is a Principal Program Manager on the Azure Developer Experience team at Microsoft where he works on Orleans, SignalR, microservices, APIs, and integration with Azure service teams in hopes...
11/23/2022, DevOps Blog
We are upgrading the .NET used by Azure Pipelines agent from current .NET Core 3.1 to .NET 6. This is to support new Apple silicon hardware as well as newer operating systems such as Ubuntu...
11/21/2022, Azure DevOps Podcast
Matthew Renze is a data science consultant, author, and public speaker. He is the founder of Renze Consulting, an AI consulting company that has trained over 400,000 software developers and IT...
11/17/2022, Apps on Azure Blog
Azure Container Apps is a fully managed serverless container service for building and deploying modern apps at scale. Today, we’re introducing new preview features to make it even easier to build...
11/16/2022, DevOps Blog
In Sprint 213, we continued to put most of our focus into fixing issues reported with the New Boards Hub. Notable bugs fixed Issue Description Templates with Assigned to @me When applying a...
11/15/2022, DevOps Blog
The Microsoft.VisualStudio.Services.InteractiveClient library is a public NuGet package that takes care of authenticating to Azure DevOps Services. It abstracts away the acquisition, management...
11/14/2022, Azure DevOps Podcast
Donovan Brown is a Partner Program Manager in the Azure CTO Incubations team at Microsoft. The Incubations team focuses on forward-looking development and innovation to facilitate the development...
11/13/2022, Azure Podcast
Azure Networking Engineering Manager Abhishek Tiwari joins us once again, this time to talk about all of the work his team has done to add L7 and DDOS protection at the Edge and the enhancements...
11/9/2022, DevOps Blog
Recently, the Azure DevOps team completed an initiative to associate all Azure DevOps REST APIs with a granular personal access token (PAT) scope. As part of our ongoing investments in security,...
11/9/2022, GA Announcements
Deploy applications to staging environments using Azure DevOps.
Dave McKinstry. Dave is a Director at GitHub helping to drive the FastTrack program. Prior to GitHub, he worked as a Program Manager with the Azure DevOps Services Community Team — connecting...
10/31/2022, Azure DevOps Podcast
Nicholas Blumhardt is the Founder/CEO at @datalust_seq, core maintainer for #Serilog, founder of @AutofacIoC, and long-ago .NET PM at Microsoft. He resides in Brisbane, Australia.   Topics of...
10/27/2022, DevOps Blog
In sprint 211 we enabled the “Try the New Boards Hub” banner and popup. This has resulted in a lot of great user feedback, and in turn, a pile of bugs. Our main focus in sprint 212 was fixing...
10/25/2022, DevOps Blog
We have released Azure DevOps Server 2022 RC2. This is our last planned prerelease before our final release of Azure DevOps Server 2022. You can upgrade from Azure DevOps Server 2022 RC1 or...
10/24/2022, Azure DevOps Podcast
Isaac Abraham is an. NET MVP and a .NET developer since .NET 1.0 with an interest in cloud computing and distributed data problems. He is the author of Get Programming with F# and is the director...
10/20/2022, DevOps Blog
Last week we made significant updates to our product roadmap. We published the latest features for 2022, updated the list of features for 2023, and included an initiatives section that provides...
10/18/2022, DevOps Blog
This month, we are releasing fixes that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server. The following will be fixed with this patch: Resolve issue with newly added AD identities not...
10/17/2022, Azure DevOps Podcast
Ted is a self-described geek who takes great pride and joy in making other geeks into bigger and better (and hopefully more highly rewarded) geeks. Having recently stepped into a management role,...
10/12/2022, DevOps Blog
Exciting things are in store for Azure DevOps in the coming year! We’re planning deep investments in security as well as broad investment across the product. Read on for more information, and...
10/10/2022, DevOps Blog
We have resolved a known issue regarding publishing extensions to the Visual Studio Marketplace. If you’ve run into the error message: “Your ability to create global personal access tokens (PATs)...