VSTS, now known as Azure DevOps, provides simple and effective collaboration features for your development teams and projects. This course will teach you how to use pull requests to manage a code review process to collaborate with your team.
At the core of developing any website or application is being able to effectively collaborate with your team across temporal or geographic boundaries. In this course, Microsoft Azure Developer: Manage Code Reviews with VSTS, you will learn how pull requests can enable team collaboration through shared and managed code reviews. First, you will learn how to set up branch policies customized to your development team's preferences for branching and using pull requests. Next, you will discover how to create a pull request, provide and respond to comment feedback, make coding changes, and merge a pull request. Finally, you will explore how to set up an Azure continuous integration, deploy a pipeline, and revert a pull request. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational understanding of how to use pull requests to improve your team’s collaboration and code quality through a managed code review process.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Patrick Neborg, and welcome to my course: Microsoft Azure Developer: Managing Code Reviews with Visual Studio Team Services. I'm a solution architect at Aon. Git is the world's most widely used source code management tool, and managing code reviews with Visual Studio Team Services, or Azure DevOps as it's now known by, provides a simple yet effective collaboration set of features for your development teams and projects. In this course, we're going to explore pull requests in detail, take a deep dive into how to collaborate with your team members through a code review process, set up the branch policies for our development teams, and merge and revert a pull request. By the end of this course, you'll know how to implement a managed code review with your coding projects and development teams. This course is an introduction to using pull requests and manage code reviews, so no prior experience with Git or pull requests is needed. From here, you should feel comfortable diving into Visual Studio Team Services or Azure DevOps, with courses on Git, branching strategies, and software development life cycles. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to effectively manage code reviews in our development teams, with Microsoft Azure Developer: Managing Code Reviews with Visual Studio Team Services course, at Pluralsight.