Azure DevOps Blog

DevOps, Git, and Agile updates from the team building Azure DevOps

Exploring new frontiers for Git push performance

In previous posts I've talked about performance improvements that our team contributed to the Git community. At Microsoft, we've been pushing Git to its limits with the largest and busiest Git repositories on the planet, improving core Git as we go and sending these improvements back upstream. With Git 2.21.0 and later you can take advantage ...

New Advanced Text Editor on the Work Item Form in Azure DevOps

With the Azure DevOps Sprint 143 Update, we’re excited to announce the availability of our new rich text editor on the work item form in Azure Boards. The work item form can be accessed in Azure Boards from the work items hub, boards, backlogs, and queries. This editor is also open source, which means you can check out the roosterjs ...

Supercharging the Git Commit Graph IV: Bloom Filters

We've been discussing the commit-graph feature in Git 2.18 and how we can use generation numbers to accelerate commit walks. One area where we can get significant speedup is when presenting output in topological order. This allows us to walk a much smaller list of commits than before. One place where this breaks down is when we apply a filter ...