• Customizing your Azure DevOps Experience

    When you navigate to the Areas and Iterations section of your DevOps Administration you might have noticed a small blue bar at the top of the screen that indicates whether you would like to customize your work item types. In previous incarnations of Azure DevOps, this was a painful exercise as you had to run

  • Implementing Azure Data Factory Nodes

    Recently I was working with a client to troubleshoot some Azure Data Factory connection issues with an on-premise runtime when connected to Dynamics365 Linked Service. Part of that implementation required setting up the runtime as an on-premise implementation. The primary difference between an on-premise and azure runtime is that the on-premise is deployed as a

  • Planning with Azure DevOps

    Planning with Azure DevOps

    Azure DevOps is a great tool for managing your backlog and what your team is focused on “Now”. And although it’s not a project planning tool per se, many a software development team relies on the metrics that come from these systems to answer the following questions to our teams at large; Who is working


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