Sasha is a Program Manager on the Azure DevOps engineering team, focused on improving the alignment of the product with open source software.
Sasha is a co-organizer of the DevOps Days Chicago conference, and recently published a book on Serverless computing in Azure with .NET.
I still cannot believe it is 2020, and yet January is already over! This week, we've got updates on working with Git, deploying static websites and Azure VMs, and more. Thanks to the community for creating this great content!
This week was the week of the first-ever DeliveryConf event, where we tried a new format aimed to encourage the audience participation, and the sharing of insights between professionals working with different technologies in the same space. We've learned a lot!
We are in the second week of the new year, and people are slowly getting back into full-time work mode. This week, our community posts are all about extensions and integrations. Read on for some great content!
This is the first post of 2020, and the community did not take a break for the holidays! Today, I am reminded of the importance of 101s and introductory trainings. Wherever you are on your (Azure) DevOps journey, this community has content for you!
This post is the last community roundup before the holiday break, and we certainly have some holiday cheer for you. Thanks to all the blog authors, and check out the end of the post for a fun holiday-break project!
This year, I’ve been privileged to work with a great team across the DevOps community and help co-chair the new DeliveryConf conference, a non-profit conference dedicated to the technical aspects of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery. I am looking forward to all the fantastic technical sessions on CI/CD!
Sprint 161 has just finished rolling out to all organizations and you can check out all the cool features in the release notes. This post covers just some of the features that you can start using today.
This week, the emerging theme of the community posts is the cross-platform, cross-cloud, extensible nature of Azure DevOps. Azure DevOps is not just a product, but a platform, enabling the community to expand and improve on our engineering efforts to support the growing variety of technologies around the world.