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Downloading a resource of a Microsoft tool in Release Management

In Release Management 2015 if you need to download a powershell script or any other resource associated with a tool whose publisher is Microsoft you cannot directly save a local copy of the resource from the Tools page in the Release Management client. 362 more words

Deleting a folder or its contents in Release Management

In Release Management 2015 the “Delete File(s) or Folder” action in “Windows OS” category, as shown in the picture, helps to delete a folder or its contents, as the name of the action suggests. 41 more words

Tips for Better Software Releases


Although the process of releasing software varies considerably from application to application, we can probably all agree there are several common reasons releases tend to fail. 1,023 more words

Software Development

Copy files (and run tests) on a remote machine back to the VSTS build and release agent

This week I was working on a script, running in my VSTS release pipeline that executed Pester tests on a remote machine. Running Pester tests on the VSTS Build and Release Agent work fine with one the awesome tasks on the… 388 more words

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Thoughts about Agile Greece Summit 2016

Last Friday, I was at Agile Greece Summit 2016.
It was a great conference with amazing speakers and very well organized.

Last year, I attended Agile Greece Summit (2015) which was great, but I believe recent conference was greater by many aspects. 166 more words

Software Development

Get Release Management Datas With API REST TFS

Microsoft has released a documentation of the VSTS and TFS integrating REST APIs. In the recent past we were using the client object model and API to interact with TFS. 359 more words


Working with Web Deploy and Release Management

I’ve spent quite a bit of time working with WebDeploy and Release Management lately for some clients. ¬†You should also be aware of the new tasks that were added to the Visual Studio Marketplace recently: 1,282 more words

Release Management