It’s Friday, and I’m just on my way home from Microsoft Connect(); 2018. If you missed the product announcements, discussions and coding sessions, don’t worry: Connect is entirely online, so you can catch up right now.
Consolidating TFVC repositories to Azure DevOps Git
Fabian Biesheuvel is migrating some customers from on-premises TFS to the cloud, and modernizing their version control from TFVC to Git at the same time. He has a great writeup on some of the difficulties and how he managed them.
Learning resources for DevOps.
Ari Bornstein has put together an exhaustive list of learning resources for DevOps. If you’re beginning your DevOps transformation or want to help educate others, this is a great place to start.
.NET Rocks: The Source Control of Windows
Jill Campbell from the Microsoft Windows team and I join the .NET Rocks podcast to talk about how the biggest software development team within Microsoft takes advantage of Azure DevOps and how it scales for them.
Azure Devops – OSS Scanning using WhiteSource
Many high-profile attacks on web services came from known vulnerabilities in third-party software. Gregor Suttie shows you how you can protect your projects from open source vulnerabilities using the WhiteSource extension for Azure DevOps.
Microsoft Connect(); 2018
This week’s Connect event had not just one, but _two_ incredible keynotes, from Scott Guthrie and Scott Hanselman. There were so many great announcements, demos and discussions that you can’t miss.
As always, if you’ve written an article about Azure DevOps or find some great content about DevOps on Azure then let me know! I’m @ethomson on Twitter.