Top stories from the VSTS community – 2017.12.29
Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.
- My Top 5 Blog Posts of 2017 – Mike Douglas
2017 was an exciting year full of DevOps and Azure projects, learning, and sharing.
- Planning, Scheduling and Executing – A Deeper Look [Part 1] – David Corbin
Results do not spontaneously and magically appear; they are the end result of an often long and potentially complicated set of actions. In many cases, the choice of when something is done is the one with the single largest impact.
- BenchmarkDotNet: IsBoolean method – Gordon Beeming
The rabbit hole today started with Pressing F12 on bool.TryParse which because I have the ref F12 extension installed took me straight to the source definition to understand what .net is doing under the covers to know it’s boundaries.
- Deploying to AWS Elastic Beanstalk from Visual Studio Team Services – Brian Farnhill
I came up with the idea of using Visual Studio Team Services for my build and releases. It was an excellent way for me to test out some PowerShell!
- TFS 2015.2 to TFS 2018 Upgrade – Lesson Learnt – Chaminda Chandrasekara
Let’s discuss a problem with SQL server, faced while upgrading from TFS 2015.2 to TFS 2018, and how can it be fixed without getting into deeper troubles.
- Wolf Tracker: Vue.js + Azure Functions + more for a Secure, Cheap, Highly Scalable SPA!r troubles – Ben Chartrand
Let me show you how I built a Vue.js Single Page Application (SPA). In other words: how I built and hosted a secure, highly scalable site for very little cost (pretty much free).
- More Database DevOps with Redgate – Robert Green and Steve Jones
In this second of two episodes, Robert is joined by Steve Jones to discuss how you can use Redgate’s DLM Automation tools to extend DevOps practices to SQL Server and Azure SQL databases.
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