We’re wrapping up our second week of #DevDecember, continuing our journey of looking back at 30 of our favorite dev and Azure moments from 2019. Here’s this week’s line up in case you missed them earlier:
This week in #DevDecember:
Enjoy cloud-powered coding with Visual Studio Online. The public preview offers managed, on-demand development environments that can be used for long-term projects, to quickly prototype a new feature, or for short-term tasks like reviewing pull requests. Try it out ->
Thinking about acquiring some new skills for the new year? Check out Microsoft Learn which offers a variety of free learning paths for you to keep up with today’s technical job roles and requirements. Take some time to discover learning modules and certification paths. Learn more ->
Don’t settle for the second best this holiday season. Replace your analog ugly sweater with an IoT enabled ugly Sweater! Microsoft Cloud Advocate Jim Bennett walks you through how to build your own out of materials you can easily order like the Raspberry Pi Zero W. Watch the video ->
December 12th: DevOps at Microsoft
DevOps isn’t just a tool or practice, it’s also a culture. Take an insiders look at how different teams within Microsoft have implemented DevOps and see the lessons that they have learned along the way. Read more ->
Released earlier this year with an out of the ordinary launch, Visual Studio 2019 makes Azure development easier with dedicated project templates, direct deployment to Azure, and remote debugging. Code faster and create the future with the best-in-class IDE. Get started ->
Sneak peek at December 14: GitHub Actions
With GitHub Actions, thousands of workflows and steps are available as code in a repository, so you can create, share, reuse, and fork your software development practices. GitHub Actions now supports CI/CD, which is free for public repositories. That makes it easier to automate how you build, test, and deploy your projects on any platform. Learn more ->
Sneak peek at December 15: Achieve More with Microsoft Game Stack
Microsoft Game Stack helps game developers easily discover the tools and services they need to create and operate games. Game Stack is a whole ecosystem in one, bringing together all of our game-development platforms, tools, and services—including Azure, PlayFab, DirectX, Visual Studio, Xbox Live, App Center, and Havok. Read ->
There'll be more to love next week. Keep following and sharing the #DevDecember fun!
Happy dev’ing from your hosts of #DevDecember!
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