Hi y'all! I'm Steven Murawski, a Cloud Advocate here at Microsoft. I'm going to be helping with the community stories and we've got a great issue today! There are some great getting started ideas, a cautionary note about expectations vs. experience, a thorough pull request process, and examples of Azure DevOps for any language, any platform.
We are disabling support for TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 for connections to the cloud-hosted Azure DevOps Services, effective March 31, 2020. This is a preventive measure to ensure the security of our users and their data.
Starting February 24, the legacy Basic and Premium support options for Azure DevOps Services will be retired, and support for our cloud-based Azure DevOps Services will be offered through Azure support plans instead.
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 hundreds of megabytes to the repository every month. As your repository grows,
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 on some of the features for Q1.