We’re excited to roll out another way to integrate your pull requests in Azure Repos. Arriving in the Sprint 150 update is an option to rebase your pull request into the target branch. This lets you keep a linear commit history in your master branch,
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It’s a gorgeous long weekend here in England – it’s warm and the sun is shining, two things that don’t happen here all the time. I’m heading outside to enjoy it, and I hope you’ve got some nice weather, too. But if you’re stuck with the dreary end of winter,
I’m back from a few weeks of travelling – a fun mix of conferences and holiday – and I’m happy to be home. I’m particularly excited that I’ll be here in England for the Global Azure Bootcamp in just a few weeks.
The big news this week is the launch of Visual Studio 2019. If you weren’t able to watch the video keynote live, don’t worry. It was all recorded for you so you can watch it on-demand. And don’t forget my favorite part: all the projects that you can build with Visual Studio 2019?
One of the embarrassing things that can happen to you when you travel a lot is that you start to forget what day of the week it is. When you fly out on a Sunday, spend some time in one place,
I’ve been building tools for Azure DevOps for fifteen years and yes, in case you were wondering, saying that does make me feel old. But more importantly: I’m still learning new things about it that I didn’t know. That’s why I’m so happy to read all these articles every week.
It’s been a busy week here on the Azure DevOps team – we’ve been busy putting the finishing touches on Azure DevOps Server 2019 and getting it out the door. Azure DevOps Server is the new name for Team Foundation Server –
I don’t know why but it seems like some weeks are just busier than others for everybody. And y’all have obviously been busy, because this week I got so many notifications about Agile, DevOps, GitHub and Azure DevOps articles in my inbox that it was hard to keep up.
Here in England, we’ve got some lovely spring-like weather coming for the weekend. I can’t wait to put the computer away, get the grill out and enjoy the sunshine. But before I unplug, I wanted to share with you some of the great articles that I found this week around DevOps.
This is a follow-up to Matt Cooper’s earlier blog post, “Using containerized services in your pipeline“. If you haven’t yet, I encourage you to read that post to understand the new container syntax in the pipeline definition.
As a program manager for Azure DevOps,