Blog Entries tagged: vsts
September 8, 2018 • 4:42 PM
Over the last few months, I've been trying to take a more broad view of DevOps. I've been working on Git for a bunch of years, and other version control systems for many more, so that will always be my home. But lately, I've been thinking a lot about build and release pipelines. So last weekend I decided to work on a fun project: using Probot to build a GitHub app that integrates with the Visual Studio Team Services build pipelines.
August 14, 2018 • 4:42 PM
I've been a big fan of the Jekyll website generator for a few years now. I use it for all my websites, and I've recently perfected my build pipeline from GitHub to Azure using Visual Studio Team Services. In particular, I use Jekyll with VSTS and Azure for the website for my podcast, All Things Git, and even after a few months, I couldn't be happier with this setup.
December 15, 2017 • 9:02 PM
I like to pretend that for most of my career, I've only worked on Unix platforms. But that's not exactly true; in fact, I've spent most of my time building cross-platform applications. But I pretend because writing cross-platform applications is hard. And writing cross-platform UI applications is especially hard. So it's exciting to be able to use Electron to be able to easily create cross-platform UI.