Who takes the AZ-900? Well let's be honest, there's no "one type" of person that takes this exam because our world has more than one type of person, period. People in all different roles can take this exam in order to really show what they have been learning.
Our team has been hard at work addressing feedback, fixing bugs, improving performance, and even adding new features. In this blog post we wanted to highlight our progress and what you can expect over the next couple of sprints.
Welcome to the public preview of Delivery Plans 2.0. We have added Delivery Plans into the core product and included some great new features like work items spanning iterations and stakeholder access. Give it a try today and let us know what you think.
The pull request workflow in Static Web Apps is super cool, but that only works for Static Web Apps and GitHub Actions.. This blog post walks you through how to implement the same PR workflow for Azure App Service using Azure DevOps
The hidden rule that assigns the bug to the person who created it when the state is changed to resolved, is about to be removed from the Agile process. In this blog post, we wanted to share the impact of this change as well as the work around for those customers who still want to use the rule in their projects.
The Azure Boards team has been hard at work fixing bugs and shipping new features. We have a few features that are now generally available as well as few public preview features. Check out all of the Azure Boards Sprint 174 goodies
The summer of 2020 has been busy for the Azure Boards team. We are actively pushing out new features and fixing bugs. Over the next couple of sprints, we plan on delivering some exciting new features. Here are some of the things we recently completed and some features coming soon.