Integrating SonarQube with VSTS

I’m still working on the end-to-end scenario for a customer to integrate several 3rd party tools into VSTS. See my previous posts for details. This post shows how to set up a basic SonarQube integration. In a previous post I detailed out how I configured a SonarQube test server. Integration with SonarQube from VSTS is…

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Sending a message to HipChat from VSTS

I’m still working on the end-to-end scenario for a customer to integrate several 3rd party tools into VSTS. See my previous posts for details. This post shows how to send messages to HipChat from VSTS. To be able to send something to HipChat I want to use the REST API provided by HipChat. I found…

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Building an Android App online in VSTS with Cake and without Cake

In my previous post I showed how to integrate BitBucket with VSTS. This is based on a customer scenario. You can find the details in the previous post. The picture below shows the full end-to-end Story. In this blogpost I will focus on the build process. Requirements Here are the requirements of our customer: –…

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Integrating VSTS with Bitbucket

As mentioned in an earlier post one of our customer wants to integrate his Source Code Repository on Bitbucket into an end-to-end toolchain. The full end-to-end chain includes a lot of different 3rd party tools as you can see in the picture below. Read the full story in the previous post. In this post I…

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Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) is an integration platform

Visual Studio Team Services – formerly known as Visual Studio Online – is not just a cloud based version of Team Foundation Server and platform of Microsoft’s DevOps Story. It also is an integration platform. In fact, this is what you should expect from any kind of platform that claims to be part of a…

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Running a container image in Azure Container Service from Visual Studio Team Services

In my last post I described how to set up a Docker Swarm Cluster smoothly using Azure Container Services and Bash running on Windows. Now let’s deploy something into this infrastructure. While you can of course use the local commandline as shown in my last post, I will focus on deployment from Visual Studio Team…

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Status Quo Technical Summit 2016 – Wie entsteht eine technische Agenda?

Wie Ihr vielleicht wisst, bin ich für die technischen Inhalte der Agenda des Technical Summit 2016 verantwortlich. Ich mach das natürlich nicht alleine, sondern arbeite hier mit einem Team, aber ich möchte dennoch meinen Blog nutzen Euch darüber zu informieren, wie gerade der Status ist. Ich bin der Meinung, dass weitgehende Transparenz an dieser Stelle…

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Thoughts on agility

I talked and discussed a lot about agility recently and I heard a lot of people talking about agile concepts. What you should do and what shouldn’t be done. What’s important and what’s not. What’s allowed? What not? How important is Scrum? Can you be successful without Scrum? Here are a few thoughts on this…

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Developers’ Home, Teil 5 – Linux und FreeBSD und jede Menge anderer VMs auf Azure

Wer trotz aller Container lieber mit einer Virtuellen Maschine arbeitet, der sei darauf hingewiesen, dass es natürlich möglich ist VMs mit installiertem Linux auf Azure zu hosten. Es gibt eine Vielzahl vorgegebener Templates aber man kann sich natürlich nach eigenem Geschmack selbst austoben. Da wir es ja gerade schon von Containern hatten,  möchte ich hier…

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