It is the fall conference season, which means that this blog may be brought to you from a different geographical location every week. This week I had the privilege of speaking at All Things Open, and a chance to visit our Raleigh, NC office for the first time ever. Are you participating in any fun events this fall?
Delivering software, especially in a large organization, is as much about writing code as about successful project and process management. In this week's community update, we take a look at various ways to visualize and extend the process management tasks in Azure DevOps.
Time flies, and it is October already. Pumpkins are everywhere, even in Azure DevOps. If you are looking for a fun automation project for Halloween, check out our last story for this week!
Sprint 158 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.
Whether or not you are an optimist, many jobs in technology teach you to anticipate and protect against the worst-case scenario. In this week's community stories, we learn more about the importance of automated testing and the perils of edge cases in Site Reliability Engineering. Let's get started!
The Azure DevOps Demo Generator is a community operated service that provisions template-based projects inside your Azure DevOps organization. Today we've published the source code for Demo Generator under the MIT License and welcome community participation. We've also enabled the ability to generate and use your own custom templates!
Sprint 157 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.
Do tools facilitate the adoption of DevOps culture, or is it the other way around? How important are the technical tools in helping us deliver value to our end-users with higher quality and less friction?
This week the community presented me with a good problem to have - too much great content! Even after paring it down, there is still a lot I wanted to share. Arm yourself with a fresh beverage, we are about to dive in!
I am always grateful for the opportunity to publish this newsletter, as the community continues to surprise me with amazing stories of applying automation to improve both software and human lives. Please check out this week's stories, especially the last one!