In this episode of DevOpsLab, Abel and Dan discuss the different integration points between Azure Boards and GitHub.
We will answer the questions of: Why use Azure Boards for planning and GitHub for code? What are the benefits of using them both together and what is the Azure Boards App in GitHub? What problem does it solve? What are the open source actions for and how to use them?
In this step-by-step tutorial by Kevin Stratvert, learn how to use the NEW Approvals app in Microsoft Teams.
The Approvals app is available as a personal app for all Microsoft Teams users. The Approvals app provides a simple way to bring auditing, compliance, accountability, and workflows to both structured and unstructured Approvals in Teams. Learn how to kick off approvals directly within the Approvals app, from a channel or chat, and from another app or service, such as SharePoint, by using Power Automate.
In the final episode of this six-part series with Kate Smith, she walks us through some basic troubleshooting tasks related to Elastic Jobs in Azure SQL Database.
In this episode of Data Exposed, Kate Smith walks us through the process of how to create Elastic Jobs for Azure SQL using PowerShell.
With Azure Data Studio turning 3, it is maturing quite well.
Azure Data Studio is a game-changer for all Data Professionals.
Join Warwick Rudd as he shows you what Azure Data Studio has for Data Professionals and why it makes it easier for you to do your job.
This episode was recorded at the ComUnity office in Johannesburg, South Africa in January 2020.
In June of 2017, wildfires broke out in Knysna, a municipality in South Africa. In this episode of CodeStories, Seth meets with the IT manager of Knysna and the team at ComUnity.
Learn about the latest research breakthrough in Image captioning and latest updates in Azure Computer Vision 3.0 API.
It may be a basic data analysis tool, but Excel runs the world.
data scientist person who deals with data should have a fundamental understanding of Excel.
Tech Insider shows us how to create a table in Microsoft Excel.