Visual Studio and Azure DevOps Git: Extend the git command line with server commands–Part 2

The former post in this series showed how you could add aliases to the git command line, and showed how some simple aliases can simplify your command line work. This post show how you can extend that to work more actively with the Azure DevOps (formerly known as VSTS)  server hosting your repository. (If you Continue Reading →

How to conditionally fail a build in a pull requests with TFS/VSTS

When your TFS/VSTS CI build is also used for a pull request, you often want to enable more checks before you let this go into the master (or any target) branch, and fail the build if these raise warnings. It can be extra tests you want to run, code quality checks,  process checks, and  you Continue Reading →