Tag Archives: VSTS

Continuous Delivery of your NuGet Packages with VSTS – SemVer


This post is a continuation of my first post on the topic of NuGet packages.  This post, however, will focus on using Semantic Versioning of your NuGet packages.  The previous post published a NuGet package and used the Package Management Views in VSTS to demonstrate the quality of the package as it moved through the […]

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Versioning your database packages (.dacpac) with the new Build Agent


If you’re interested in versioning your database packages with the new build agent here is an easy way to get started.  I started off with the following PowerShell example of a build script from the Visual Studio product groups’ build docs for versioning C# and VB projects and made a few tweaks to update the relevant XML […]

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vsts-agent Build Definition for .NET Core (with Test Results)


The other day I cloned a .NET Core sample app MusicStore from GitHub to VSTS and wanted to configure a build definition and run unit and integration tests using hosted build agent. The Visual Studio Build Definition Template which I chose did not work out very well 😦 Clone the MusicStore to your Git Repo in the Code hub and it […]

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The new web based Release Management “V.Next”


Release Management has been moving at a eager pace at Microsoft which you can see today on Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS).  I have been waiting for this same experience to be available on-premises and I’m happy to say it is included with the Release Candidate of TFS 2015 Update 2! Lots of new release […]

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