Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2021.06.04

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The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2021.06.04 are here!

For many in the United States, this was a quick week after the Monday holiday and the “unofficial start of the summer.” But as the seasons continue to turn, one thing remains eternal: this community continues to put out amazing new content. One internal note: there was a big announcement this week from the Bicep team, be sure you check out this launch call for version 0.4!

You can watch a video version of this roundup by checking out the Friday, June 4th, 2021 edition of Hello World on LearnTV.

Let’s let some sunshine in and tan in the rays of our roundup of new content.

A Quick Intro to Bicep
Speaking of Bicep in this post, Chris Kingdon gives you a “getting started” look at using Bicep to create templates for your deployments on Azure.

Use .Net Interactive with Azure DevOps
Dev Benjamin shows you how to use .NET interactive to connect to Azure DevOps.

How to backup Azure DevOps code repositories
Dmitri Gaikovoi reminds us of the importance of backups, even for our code!

PowerApps Portals Build Tools – An Azure DevOps Extension to Automate Portal Deployment
This post covers how to implement the PowerApps Portals Build Tools plug-in for Azure DevOps.

DevOps : Deploy infrastructure using Terraform and Azure DevOps pipelines
Terraform by HashiCorp remains one of the best Infrastructure as Code tools. This post aims to show how to implement HashiCorp alongside Azure DevOps pipelines.

How to: Create Variable Groups (Libraries) Dashboard on Azure DevOps
Vinicius Moura gives an example along with code on how to create variable group dashboards in Azure DevOps.

Thank you to Dev, Chris, Vinicius, and the rest of the community for putting together these great updates!

If you’ve written an article about Azure DevOps or find some great content about DevOps on Azure, please share it with the #AzureDevOps hashtag on Twitter!

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