Happy Friday! This week, we’ve got a few stories around improving the pull request/code review process, with a bit of containers and infrastructure-as-code thrown in for flavor. Enjoy!
Setup Azure DevOps for efficient Pull Requests
Code review is an often undervalued part of our development cycle. Damien returns with an article on how to set up your pull request flow in Azure Repos.
Display Terraform Plan Summary as a PR Comment in Azure DevOps
Continuing with the code review theme, Nathanael shares how they make it easier for their team of developers and operations to see areas of change in their Terraform infrastructure-as-code.
Combining Multiple Code Coverage Results In Azure DevOps
Reviewing your pull requests can be painstaking work, so first reviewing any unit test and code coverage reports can help with focus. And occasionally projects have multiple languages and toolsets. James shares how he combines different code coverage reports into one for Azure DevOps to show.
I’ve begun to really like containers as an isolated development environment. Eliise joins us to share how she uses devcontainers as her build environment too!
Deploy Terraform using Azure DevOps
One of the earlier articles mentioned Terraform and this post by Thomas goes into what Terraform is and how to deploy via Azure DevOps.
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