Top stories from the VSTS community – 2017.09.08
Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.
- Azure Functions – Prepare for continuous delivery – Mikael Krief
Let’s start with the development, debugging, and testing of our Azure Functions.
- Hierarchical Testing – What are you Testing? and Why? – David Corbin
In the previous post we started to identify different dimensions for testing. Here we will be focusing on the Domain Axis. There are many different domains that tend to group into one of the following:
- Running the Ubuntu VSTS Agent on Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) – Wes Macdonald
I was playing with the new ASP.NET Core Template in Visual Studio 2017 and I thought it would be interesting to spin up a Linux Agent right on my Windows 10 Pro installation.
- Using Test Hub in VSTS to run Automated Tests on Web applications – Gouri Sohoni
A couple of years ago, Microsoft introduced Microsoft Test Manager (MTM), a separate set of tools for testers along with Visual Studio 2010. Since then there have been a lot of enhancements for MTM.
- Ethereum DevOps with VSTS – easier now with new Truffle installer + npx – David Burela
I have spent a few weeks in my spare time trying to vastly streamline and simplify getting a basic pipeline going that provides: compilation, testing, migrating of solidity contracts using Truffle.
- Learn how to unit test SQL Server T-SQL code – Ed Elliott
A free email course on how to use tSQLt including the technical aspects of writing unit tests AND the art of writing repeatable, useful unit tests for even the most complicated.
- Red Pill Or Blue Pill – Brian Hall
While setting up a new project on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), you are given a choice. The choice of source control. That choice provides the direction of how your code will be managed.
- Deploying PowerShell Module from GitHub to a MyGet Feed using VSTS CI/CD Pipeline – Tao Yang
Lately I have been playing with VSTS and its CI/CD capabilities. I thought a good scenario to build is to use VSTS CI/CD pipeline to automatically deploy the module from GitHub to my MyGet feed whenever I commit to the master branch for the particular PS module.
- 146 // The One Martin
In this episode Greg and Josh are joined by MrHinsh, Martin Hinshelwood again, and they chat about Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) extensions, Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2018, VSTS updates, upgrading to TFS 2017.2, lots of round-ups, just what do you call VSTS and TFS and much more….
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