Git Rebase: Don’t be Afraid of the Force (Push)

While contributing to a big OSS project it’s quite useful to know how to do a Git rebase. And more importantly: don’t be afraid of the Git force push. In this post I will write a little about the why and the how. The Backstory Finally, your change is ready for the world to see. … Read more Git Rebase: Don’t be Afraid of the Force (Push)

Public Projects in VSTS Preview: First Look

Public Projects in VSTS Preview- First Look

Since April of this year, VSTS has the ability to hold public projects. I have set one up in my account and will show you what it does and how to use it yourself in this post. What are public projects? When working with VSTS, you had to explicitly grant access to certain users who … Read more Public Projects in VSTS Preview: First Look

Moving a Git repo from Bitbucket to Azure DevOps

Moving a Git repo from Bitbucket to VSTS

For a customer project, we had to move a Git repository from Bitbucket to VSTS. It took me a little time to figure out how to set up the authorization, so I thought I would make a quick write-up from it. Update: The original post was written when Azure DevOps was named VSTS. Everywhere where … Read more Moving a Git repo from Bitbucket to Azure DevOps

Continuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part 1

VSTS loves HockeyApp

Continuous delivery is the new agile This is a quote a saw on Twitter by Sander Hoogendoorn and it seems that he is kind of right. Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (DI) are rapidly becoming more and more popular and together with that there are a lot of tools to support you with that, including … Read more Continuous integration/continuous delivery for your Xamarin app with VSTS and HockeyApp – Part 1