There are compelling reasons to define your build definitions in code. While it may take some extra effort to make the switch, here are four great reasons to do so.
The Pipelines in Azure DevOps now support defining build configurations with YAML files. This is a huge advantage if your project is anything like my team’s and requires you to reproduce old builds.
You’re about to replace an old software system with a custom-built one that can do a whole lot more. Great! You’ll finally have software that truly fits the needs of your organization. You want to get the most out of this new system, but you’re not sure how. My first piece of advice? Get rid […]
Because I’m a recent college graduate, the experience of researching and interviewing for my first job is fresh in my mind. This time last year, I was researching different companies, marking my calendar with the university’s career fair, preparing for the interview process, and turning down my first job offer ever. It was an exciting, […]