Seattle Code Camp 2017

I spoke at Seattle Code Camp 2017 on 09/09/2017 and covered two topics.

• AntiPatterns Every Software Development Team Must Know https://lnkd.in/ebEMDBb
• DevOps: What, why and how?
https://lnkd.in/eQf3dFm

Seattle Code Camp started with a Keynote from Microsoft’s Jeremy Foster and he shared a slide with all Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professionals) and FTE (Full Time Employee) who were speaking at 09/09/2017 Seattle Code Camp.

Microsoft got separate printed agenda for MVP and FTE Sessions

Session Details

My 1st Session on AntiPattern was in Room#103 at 11 am -12 pm. I had a brief introduction and begin with the presentation. As already set the expectation with the audience, I kept it very interactive and many participated well to share knowledge and experiences with others.

Some of the attendees even spoke to their friends in the lunch break and recommended them to attend my next session. Some of the attendees returned for the 2nd session for DevOps at 1-2pm and some mentioned that it was the best talk they attended. Well, I thank them for their kind words and patience to provide me an opportunity to share my thoughts with them.

What people said after my sessions

Presentation Slides

Slides are available at https://github.com/vidyavrat/SeattleCodeCamp2017

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Beginning with Git using VSTS

February 9th, 2017 | Posted by Vidya Vrat in ALM / DevOps | VSTS - (0 Comments)

Introduction

Just like TFVC (Team Foundation Version Control), Git is another Source Version Control and it’s becoming very popular. VSTS (Visual Studio Team Services) supports both TFVC and Git. Let’s assume that you have no project or Repository and wants to begin with Git on VSTS.

Create a New Project

Login to your VSTS account and click on New Project

Fill the information

Click “Create” and you will notice that Project will be Created as shown below.

Clone it in IDE

Click “Clone in Visual Studio”. New Visual Studio IDE will start a dialog like shown below will popup.

Provide the Repository path and click on “Clone”.

Switch to Team explorer and Click on “Create a new project or solution”

When prompted choose the project type. After Project is added successfully you will notice that project is added in Solution Explorer and shows (+) in front of various items and also Team Explorer’s Changes tab shows all the items listed as newly being added.

Commit Changes and Publish

After project being added into Solution Explorer it’s considered as a change to the blank repository/project you created. Hence, this change needs to be added to remote Master branch.

In Team Explorer à Changes, add a comment for check-in and click on “Commit All”

Click “Commit All” and from the next Synchronization Tab, click “Publish”

Now your Git Repository in VSTS should be updated with the code you have pushed-in to it. Refresh your VSTS page and you should be able to see your project code added.