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What’s brewing in Visual Studio Team Services: March 2018 Digest

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This post series provides the latest updates and news for Visual Studio Team Services and is a great way for Azure users to keep up-to-date with new features being released every three weeks. Visual Studio Team Services offers the best DevOps tooling to create an efficient continuous integration and release pipeline to Azure. With the rapidly expanding list of features in Team Services, teams can start to leverage it more efficiently for all areas of their Azure workflow, for apps written in any language and deployed to any OS.

 

Scott Guthrie has been traveling the world on a tour he’s called the Azure Red Shirt Dev Tour. As part of that, he shows the account our team uses to build VSTS. That’s right – we use VSTS to plan, build, test, and release VSTS. See what VSTS looks like for a large team in Scott’s demo of VSTS using our account (mseng.visualstudio.com) – showing ongoing work on VSTS live on stage – from the New York City stop on the tour. If you want to go deep on how our team works, check out DevOps at Microsoft.

 

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Read more about it in the Azure blog.

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