I came across an article today about Release Engineering being something fairly new in Information Technology. As I browsed the article content, I have noticed that the goals and outcomes of Release Engineering mentioned at Google is something I have been doing for over a decade. 744 more words
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I’ve blogged in the past about Azure Active Directory B2C and how you can use it as a secure turnkey consumer identity platform for your business. 731 more words
This post covers an approach you can use to deploy compiled C# Functions using the tooling available in Visual Studio 2017 and various Build and Release Management Tasks contained in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). 1,832 more words
I am currently transitioning some work to another team in our business. Part of this transition has been to pre-configure various Service Endpoints in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS) to provide a way for the new team to deploy into target Azure environments without the team necessarily having direct or privileged access into those Azure environments. 325 more words
Versioning. Here we are. Again.
Over the years I have always worked hard to make versioning a foundational piece of every CI / CD solution I’ve setup. 655 more words