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DevOps, Git, and Agile updates from the team building Azure DevOps

.NET Core Debugging in VS Code

The C# extension for Visual Studio Code offers powerful editing and debugging support for .NET Core applications on Windows, Mac, and Linux, including: Getting started To get started you will need to do a few things (see our GitHub page for complete instructions) Working with Console apps If you are working with a console ...

Microsoft Open-sources the Team Explorer Everywhere Eclipse Plugin for Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server

Microsoft is making available its plugin for Eclipse, Team Explorer Everywhere (TEE), for both Visual Studio Team Services and Team Foundation Server (TFS) as open source software on GitHub. The announcement was made today by Shanku Niyogi, General Manager Developer Division, during the keynote at EclipseCon in Reston, Virginia, when he also ...

Marketplace Search now available for Visual Studio

We launched search on Visual Studio Marketplace for Visual Studio Team Services and Visual Studio Code last month. But at the time we were still redirecting to Visual Studio Gallery when searching in the Visual Studio product context. Today we are glad to announce that search is now available for the Visual Studio product context as well. You...

Linking Work Items to Git Branches, Commits, and Pull Requests

If you're a developer working on a team that uses Git, you're probably using some form of topic branching to isolate your work.  If you're using any of the Agile tools in Visual Studio Team Services, you probably also have a bug, task, or user story that's tracking your development work.  Until recently, the best way to keep these items ...