Steven Murawski is a Principal Cloud Advocate focused on DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering, and other modern operational concepts. Steven is a founding member of the League of Extraordinary Cloud DevOps Advocates). Steven has worked on both the Dev and Ops sides of the house, most recently as a Principal Engineer at Chef, building tools for operating applications and infrastructure at scale and velocity.
Happy Friday everyone. It's a new year and we've got some community content to get your year moving in the right direction. Whether it's getting certified, starting with source control, templatizing your deployments, or extending the reach of your searches, our community has something for you.
Happy Friday! This week was GitHub Universe and we got a peek at some interesting stuff happening on the GitHub platform. We also have more great content from our community, covering topics from work item creation, to extending the capabilities of our pipelines (in glorious ways). Enjoy!
Happy Friday! It's great to start December with some interesting community content. Today we have posts on Jmeter, Azure Data Factory, SQL Server, netstandard2 builds, and M365 - all with an Azure DevOps twist. Enjoy!
Happy Friday! We've had a really strong week of content. Feast your eyes on these varied topics - from pipeline components and build agents, to working with Java or Go apps, to testing databases in your CI. Our community has something for everyone.
Happy Friday and Happy Halloween! This week we have a number of great posts across a variety of topics. And just a heads up, we'll be taking next Friday (November 6th) off from the community roundup post and be back at it on November 13th!
Happy Friday! I've been on vacation this week, but I found some enjoyable reading thanks to you wonderful folks. Some CI/CD with containers and a few tips and tricks posts will carry you through the weekend.
Happy Friday (well, now Saturday..). Sorry for the late post, but I had some connectivity challenges that were more difficult to work around than expected yesterday. While I had connectivity challenges and am shipping this post a bit late, our community continues to deliver great content on time. Check out these great posts!