Top Stories from the Microsoft DevOps Community – 2021.07.16

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The top stories from the #AzureDevOps #community for 2021.07.16 are here!

Another Friday, another bunch of great links to tutorials, events, and vlogs all about DevOps, Azure, and GitHub. We just finished up Microsoft Inspire, an event focused on Microsoft Cloud and the opportunities it provides for partners. There were a number of great sessions, but I recommend checking out Donovan Brown, Ashmi Chokshi, and Erika Ehrli‘s “Drive innovation with Microsoft Azure, GitHub, and Visual Studio.”

There’s no time to waste, so let’s get into this week’s roundup!

How to: Team Settings Mapping on Azure DevOps
Vinicius Moura returns to help you with your Team Settings in Azure DevOps.

Gotchas when sharing variables with Azure DevOps stages and jobs
Willy-Peter Schaub doesn’t want gotchas to keep you up all night thinking of YAML-based Azure Pipelines.

Multi-stage builds for Ionic Apps with Azure Pipeline Templates
Sahan helps you create an Azure Pipeline for your Iconic Framework apps.

First Look: GitOps on Azure Kubernetes Service using the AKS addon (preview)
The great Richard Hooper gives us a look at the GitOps Azure Kubernetes Service addon.

Cloud With Chris: V028 – Weekly Technology Vlog #28
Chris shares updates on Azure, DevOps, and GitHub.

Manage your mobile application version automatically with GitHub Actions
Damien uses GitHub Actions to make sure you’re automating versioning of your application.

Azure News Roundup: Upgrades and Enhancements Announced at Inspire
John K. Waters shares a roundup of new announcements from this week’s Microsoft Inspire event.

Getting Started With Azure DevOps and Github
Make sure you sign up to attend Phyllis‘s first time hosting a tech event! Learn with this Microsoft Learn Student Ambassador how to get started with Azure DevOps and GitHub.

Thank you to our contributors Vinicius, Willy-Peter, Sahan, Richard, Chris, Damien, Phyllis, and John! The DevOps community appreciates all of your contributions. We love and appreciate our community and really admire all the hard work you put in. Thank you all so very much from all of us at the Azure DevOps Advocacy team!

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!

Happy Friday, may your deploys go as planned and your weekend be fun!

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