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Azure DevOps: Meet The “Office For Developers”

Azure DevOps
Azure DevOps can help keep the team on track

Data engineer, Lindsay Scott, reveals how his company uses Azure DevOps to keep IT projects on track

In 2019, I was first introduced to Microsoft’s Azure DevOps (ADO) platform by a senior manager who had heard good things about it and wondered if it could help our team’s database upgrade project. We were a six-person IT team trying to upgrade a core CRM system along with its…

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