Copy a work item type using Azure DevOps API’s

So, we all love how we can manage engagements in Azure DevOps (ADO). We can create Epics, Features, User Stories and track our progress on Kanban boards. You can customize work item types to suit the needs of your business and project with ease. What if you wanted to copy a work item type you created and use it for another business case? There...

DevOps Dojo – OKRs (Objectives and Key Results)

In the Dojo White Belt Master Class, the first session is OKR fundamentals. In this session, we answer these top 20 questions related to OKRs, then we ask participants to set their team OKRs for the rest of the class. Every day, each team checks their progress towards their committed OKRs and aspirational OKRs. On the ...

DevOps Dojo: Lean Product – Part 3

In Part 1 and Part 2 of the DevOps Dojo – Lean Product series, we covered the why, what, and how of the product-centric model and lean product model as outlined in the White & Orange Belts of the DevOps Dojo. In this third and last part of the Lean Product series, we will take on a view from 10,000 feet above and explore how adopting a ...

Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 04.06.2022

'Don't Accept the Defaults' -Abel Wang I am April Edwards and every week I try to bring you the latest updates from around the DevOps on Azure community. If you have a post you’d like to have me include, I am always listening. You can reach out on Twitter or LinkedIn and I will be sure to share your latest post with the community. Also, ...

Work Item Revision Limits

Every time a work item is updated, it creates an entry in the work item history. This is a great feature for users to track all the individual changes made to work items. However, we have seen organizations with automated tools that will generate tens of thousands of work item revisions. It creates issues with performance and usability on the ...

Deploying Java Applications to Azure using Continuous Delivery

Join us for episode 3 in our series DevOps for Java Shops! In this episode Brian Benz walks us through how to deploy a Java application to Azure App Service using GitHub Actions and continuous delivery! April: [00:00:00] Tune in into this week's episode of the DevOps lab, where we have episode three with dev ops, for Java shops. So tune in ...

Deploy a Java Application to Azure using Continuous Integration

Join us for episode 2 in our series for DevOps for Java Shops! In this episode Brian Benz walks us through how to deploy a Java application to Azure App Service using GitHub Actions and continuous integration. April: We're back this week with the dev ops lab and we're continuing our series DevOps for Java shops. So let's welcome back, Brian...

Updates to Azure Pipelines Runtime Variables Settings [Updated]

We have gotten a lot of feedback on this change and after internal deliberation, we are now rolling back this change ASAP. Final Update as of 5/19/22 @ 10:08 AM PST: Again, I am deeply sorry for the inconvenience and disruption this has caused. We remain deeply committed to making sure our customers have a first-class experience using ...