Recently I found this Azure DevOps task by Microsoft to maintain Azure app services' appsettings. It is quite new (only 22 days old) and still in preview. In this blog post I have tried to use it and also give some hints how to manage appsettings from Azure DevOps.
I wrote this how-to blog post for myself to sort out how to get code coverage for C# in Azure DevOps' build pipelines. There are many blog posts about this but this one guides how to get reports even if there are many unit test projects in Visual Studio solution.
Even if it is already the end of January I still want to summary my past year. After one year at the latest, it is nice to read for yourself how 2019 went and compare it to 2020. Keywords about what I did and learned most in 2019 are Azure, Azure DevOps, and scrum master.
The year 2018 included exceptionally lot of new "tech stuff" for me: Azure, Azure DevOps / VSTS, Git and Docker. Especially learning Azure took a lot of time from my "learning budget" in 2018. Besides those, I managed to read a lot of tech books, more than I've ever read. I can say in 2018 I learned especially much. In this blog post, I will go little details about what I learned in 2018 and take a quick look at my new programming language for 2019: Angular/TypeScript.