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Extension reporting hub for Marketplace publishers

Visual Studio Marketplace is the one stop shop where developers, teams or organizations, can discover and acquire as well as offer and monetize extensions for the Visual Studio family of products i.e. Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS), Team Foundation Server (TFS), Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code. This ecosystem is powered by a community...

 
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Community DevOps

Team Services December Extensions Roundup

It is the holiday season and we get to look back on a fantastic year for the Team Services Marketplace! Thanks to our growing publisher community there are 321 extensions in the Marketplace and November was one of the best months ever for our installation traffic. 2017 is full of potential as we continue to invest and grow our ecosystem...

 
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Top stories from the VSTS community – 2017.08.04

Here are the top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics:  TOP STORIES * Bulk import git repositories into VSTS/TFS - Gordon Beeming Gordon takes us through the different ways to import a Git repository into VSTS and then shows us how to easily automate the process using the VSTS ...

 
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Community DevOps

Visual Studio Marketplace - Publisher Pivot

Visual Studio Marketplace is the exclusive destination for discovering extensions for Visual Studio IDE, Team Services and Code, and purchasing subscriptions. While consumers of the Marketplace benefit greatly from it, we want our publishers to have a great experience too. After all, it is they who make the Marketplace rich with real world ...

 
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Announcement: Publish markdown files from your git repository to VSTS Wiki

Now you can publish markdown files from a git repository to the VSTS Wiki. Developers often write SDK documents, product documentation, or README files explaining a product in a git repository. Such pages are often updated alongside code in the code repository. Git provides a friction free experience where code and docs can live on the same ...

 
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DevOps Git & Version Control

Team Foundation Server (TFS) 15 RC2 is available and ready for production use

We have now released TFS "15" RC2. We are using it in production internally. It is fully supported for production use. You can upgrade from TFS 2012 or newer to RC2. You can also upgrade the RC1 release to RC2, and you will be able to upgrade from RC2 to RTM (that should be a very fast upgrade, since there will be very few changes between RC2 ...

 
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What is New in Code Analysis for Visual Studio 2013

This post (addressing uservoice feedback on CA) was written by Nat Ayewah, a member of the code analysis team in Windows Last year's release of Visual Studio 2012 marked a significant update to the Code Analysis experience in Visual Studio. We made code analysis available in more editions of Visual Studio, introduced a new user interface...

 
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DevOps Git & Version Control

Microsoft's Performance Contributions to Git in 2017

Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) hosts the largest Git repository in the world: the Windows source code. Keeping a primary copy of the code available in the cloud and having it be performant while being updated by over 4000 users at the same time is a monumental achievement, but it is only useful if engineers can use the core Git client on ...

 
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