Round up of the latest community news to be thankful for. This week we have CI/CD using IoT Hub, 100 days on IaC, Configuring CI/CD with Azure Pipelines, using the GitHub Actions for Azure, 3 ways to automate tests, Deploying to GCP using Terraform with Azure Pipelines and a reminder that Gene Kim's latest book, The Unicorn Project, is out now
Azure DevOps will no longer support Alternate Credentials authentication beginning March 2, 2020. Customers still using Alternate Credentials have until then to transition to a more secure authentication method, to avoid this breaking change impacting their DevOps workflows.
After all the recent travel, I finally got to spend this week at home and recharge. It was a much-needed break, and I got to enjoy Chicago, even though the winter decided to arrive early this year. So we can make a fresh cup of tea, and enjoy some community posts on code security and mobile development!
Sprint burndown the way you want. Burndown by Story Points, count of Tasks, custom fields. Create burndowns on Epics, Features, Stories. Resize to 10x10.
This week was the week of GitHub Universe, with some fantastic announcements coming out. If you've missed it, it is definitely worth taking a look at the day one and two keynotes. In the meantime, check out the great content the Azure DevOps community shared!
Sprint 160 has just finished rolling out to all organizations and you can check out all the new features in the release notes. Here are some of the features that you can start using today.
ReviewApp in Environments
Pull requests are a very useful tool that allows developers to review new code before it is merged into the master branch.
Codecov.io added tokenless uploading of coverage results for public Azure Pipelines.
In a previous blog series, we announced that Git has a new commit-graph feature, and described some future directions. Since then, the commit-graph feature has grown and evolved. In the recently released Git version 2.24.0, the commit-graph is enabled by default!
Sharing what's new with Azure Artifacts. You can now share packages publicly with anyone on the Internet (without authentication). You can also restrict feeds to a specific project only. We've also made other performance improvements, and we've added a new "Feed recycle bin".
This week, Microsoft Ignite brought our team to sunny Orlando, Florida, along with thousands of professionals leveraging Microsoft technologies around the globe. To give you a taste of the event, this week's post features some of the recordings of the community-driven Microsoft Ignite sessions dedicated to Azure DevOps.