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I'm trying to figure out YAML pipelines and Environments in Azure DevOps.
A build YAML pipeline is easy enough, as are the classic pipelines, but an Environment YAML pipeline is a bit more complicated.
Guess what the official example is to get you started?
- script: echo my first build job
- script: echo my first deployment
Cool, but I want to do REAL work, which at least involves an artifact with some files!
Is it really that hard to write an example that you could actually use in a real world scenario?
It's one of the things I hate - I'm researching for some Go stuff at the moment, and as a side-issue I looked up examples on the Web for MongoDB - 3 examples were wrong in various aspects .. not 'hard' stuff, but enough to make it hard for a newbie not to get the point
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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let's face it, ms has some great apps, but they suck at operating systems.
(technical skilled fanlemmings - before you speak: do you really believe ms server could feasibly host azure? It can't and you know it. End of argument and that means windows also needs to end.)
on the other side, the "windud subsystem for linux" tends to point at their path being exactly the opposite - or does it? ...is it the start of the plan to slowly chip out winduds and graft in linux under their apps??? It sure would make a lot of sense.
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I listed a few meetings to watch in each day (knowing that I will watch them later), and started yesterday evening...
Saw maybe a quarter of it, but found it really boring and repetitive... (most of my interest in these days are legal-with-modern on/out Azure + security)
Anyone else saw something? Some recommendations to watch?
"The only place where Success comes before Work is in the dictionary." Vidal Sassoon, 1928 - 2012
I haven't watched any of it - I'm allergic to company hype - but this looks interesting: Xamarin Updates From Microsoft Build 2020 | Xamarin Blog[^]
Maui - if it works - could be good, a single codebase for multiple devices / OS instead of the "single base code with multiple target code as well" of Xamarin.
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