Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2018.11.09

Edward Thomson

Woo! It’s Friday, so as you’re getting ready for the weekend, maybe you should get caught up on some of the news from around the Azure DevOps community.

Source Control for Data Science – using Azure DevOps / VSTS with Jupyter Notebooks Everybody needs good version control practices, especially data scientists. Lee Stott shows some techniques and tools to make following DevOps practices a breeze with your Jupyter notebooks.

Azure DevOps Saves Our Eyes! Finally! Azure DevOps has a dark theme! If you spend a lot of time in Azure DevOps like I do, you’ll surely appreciate this handsome dark theme to help reduce your eye strain. Dan Patrick shows you how to set it up.

What’s new with Collaborate in the 2018.3 Beta? When I was at GDC last year, I had a number of people ask me how to integrate Unity with Git. The Unity team must have been getting the same questions, because the latest version of Unity Collaborate has moved to Git!

The Azure Podcast: Azure DevOps in the Enterprise Microsoft application development consultant Stewart Viera joins the Azure Podcast to talk about Azure DevOps and best patterns and practices for using it in an enterprise setting.

Azure SQL Data Warehouse provides frictionless development using SQL Server Data Tools Don’t leave your database out of DevOps! SQL Data Warehouse is now in preview with support for SQL Server Data Tool (SSDT) in Visual Studio. This means that you can check data warehouse scripts into source control and leverage Microsoft Azure DevOps for your scripts.

Don’t forget the amazing Azure DevOps launch events going on around the world from now through March; there might be one near you!

Did you write an article about Azure DevOps or find some great content about DevOps on Azure? Let me know! I’m @ethomson on Twitter.


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