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Archive

Blog
Dec
16
2017 was an exciting year full of DevOps and Azure projects, learning, and sharing. These were the most popular posts I wrote last year.
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Nov
17
Approval Gates in VSTS Release Management was one of the many exciting announcements from Connect() 2017. There were several questions I had about approval gates and here is the initial research I have done to help clarify a few things for me.
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Oct
30
Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, and VSTS allow for preview versions to be installed and enabled to take advantage of new features before they are released.
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Oct
26
My article on Adding Continuous Security Validation to your CI/CD Pipeline has been published on Microsoft Docs.
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Oct
15
TFS
Utilize these VSTS and TFS 2017 ALM and DevOps Hands On Labs to learn about new capabilities and improve your practices
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Oct
12
Visual Studio Tools for Azure Functions only allow you to create C# script projects. See how you can create a Visual Studio project for PowerShell Azure Functions App
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Oct
10
TFS
There are still a lot of customers using TFS 2015 and wanting to build the latest projects like Azure Functions. Here's how I overcame a couple of errors and was able to get it to work.
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Oct
10
Learn how to create a NuGet package that has multiple frameworks using Visual Studio 2017.
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Tags : c#, netstandard

Oct
09
How to access the browsers session storage using TestArchitect.
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Sep
22
All Day DevOps 2017 is a free online conference with 24 hours and 6 tracks of content. I'm excited to be speaking at the event this year. Register for free.
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Tags : DevOps, vsts, DevSecOps

Sep
16
Shared Infrastructure like networking doesn't change that often once it has been set up. Read how can trust your ARM templates always match the environment configuration so that you can deploy changes with confidence.
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Aug
29
Learn how to send urgent health reports using the Service Fabric 2.7 SDK.
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Tags : c#, service-fabric

Aug
21
Learn how to disable individual firewall rules for an Azure Web Application Firewall using an ARM template.
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Aug
19
TFS
Today I'm happy to announce that the Change Screen Resolution utility is available through the Chocolatey package management system.
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Aug
18
LogiGear released new tools for API Testing.
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Tags : testing, Quality

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