When we work in complex environment we should follow the best practices to choose how to organize people and projects on our Azure DevOps Organization.
Time can pass very quickly. This has been definitely the case when I think that one year ago I was starting my new job at Microsoft. The joy of being part of this amazing amazing company was flowing through my veins. Fast forward a year and the feeling is the same. I can't count how … Continue reading My first year at Microsoft
Today it’s an important day because it’s six months that I’m working at Microsoft and it's the end of the probationary period. I’ll remember forever my first day when I entered from main entrance at the Microsoft House in Milan and asked for a temporary badge because I was a new hire. One year and … Continue reading My first six months at Microsoft
In previous posts I documented some features of VSTS and a few scenarios of Application Lifecycle Management. If you like VSTS it's likely that you want to move your existing project from your current platform to VSTS. I'm currently planning a migration from JIRA to VSTS at work and here I am to share my … Continue reading Import from JIRA to VSTS in 5 steps
In this post we’re going to explore how to get a full enterprise-grade development platform for free in 4 steps. Microsoft is offering for free the same environment that all of its sw engineers use every day to us. In this specific post we’ll see how to get started from zero and at the end … Continue reading How to get started with Visual Studio Team Services
Microsoft is pushing hard with .NET Core and everyone can see that they are very proud of it. I never gave too much attention to it but now it's time. So I started from scratch. What is .NET Core? .NET Core is a cross-Platform free and open-source managed software framework - Wikipedia NET Core is … Continue reading .Net Core basics