Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2020.07.31

Steven Murawski

Happy Friday! It’s the fifth Friday in July, so I’m going to try something a bit different today. There’s a lot of interest in GitHub Actions, so we’ve got a number of Actions-related posts today. Let me know how you like the Actions content in the comments!

Porting an Azure Pipeline (YAML) to a GitHub Action
Marcus steps into the Actions world by porting an existing Azure Pipeline’s build.

The Fastest NuGet Package Ever Published (Probably)
Muhammad walks through a template to help you get NuGet packages published from GitHub Actions.

Doing Stupid Stuff with GitHub Actions
Sid shares some fun stuff you can do with GitHub Actions.

Running GitHub Actions Sequentially
Steven shows us how to run GitHub Actions in order – sometimes it does matter!

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  • Robin Munn 0

    The older articles in the devops blog, such as, are attracting LOTS of spam comments, but I can’t find any way to report the spam comments. No “report abuse” link, no “flag this comment” link, nothing. This off-topic comment on an unrelated blog post is the best I can do to report the comments so that someone can clean them up.

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