Top stories from the VSTS community – 2017.11.24

Here are top stories we found in our streams this week related to DevOps, VSTS, TFS and other interesting topics.

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  • 151 “Turkey Edition”
    In this episode Greg, Josh and Paul talk Turkey, chat about Paul’s new gig at Microsoft, Connect(); news, “Buying” DevOps, how Microsoft Git’s and more…

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  • Database DevOps for .NET Developers with SSDT and SQL Server 2017 – Brian A. Randell
    clip_image001[4] This was the reason I flew up to Seattle yesterday. Last talk of the day so I got to sign off Connect 2017 for Microsoft. Hopefully, I’ll get to do it again without the crazy travel.
  • DevOps and VSTS Videos from Connect(); 2017 – Edward Thomson
    We’ve just wrapped up the Microsoft Connect(); conference that took place last week in New York and online, with sessions streamed live from New York and Seattle. The Connect(); conference highlights developer tools like Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) and the rest of the Visual Studio family of products.

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  • OutSystems VSTS Extension
    The OutSystems VSTS Extension is an OutSystems Integration that allows any enterprise to create and maintain their DevOps cycle.

  • Display all variables
    This build- and release-task will display all variables that are available during your Build or Release.

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Author: Willy-P. Schaub

I’m a program manager with the Visual Studio Team Services group. I’m responsible for the ALM | DevOps Ranger program and other interesting work streams. We provide practical guidance, experience, and gap-filling solutions to the developer community. Come directly to me if you need help with missing guidance or features for Visual Studio Team Services. Since the mid-’80s, I’ve been striving for simplicity and maintainability in software engineering. Reach me on LinkedIn aka.ms/willysli, Twitter @wpschaub, or blog aka.ms/willysblog.

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