In this workshop we will look at the benefits of a CI/CD environment with Azure DevOps Pipelines. At the end you know what is possible and you have hands-on experience. All this with the latest multi stage pipeline YAML definitions. We explain what Stage, Jobs and Taks are and how you use them to create a Build and Release pipeline. We also look at how best to use the pipeline in your project, such as Approval Gates, Build validation for pull-requests, test and code coverage reports. We look at the differences between hosted and private agents plus how easy it is to use different operating systems.

Developers, IT management, but possibly also product owners and or scrum masters who can handle GIT.

Conditions for participation
Experience with GIT. One laptop per 4 participants.


  • Work items
  • Git repositoriesPull-requests
  • Agents
  • Build classic
  • Build yaml
  • Release classic
  • Release yaml
  • Artifacts
  • Test coverage

As a software engineer, Frank thinks it is important to be part of projects and to think along about what is the best solution for the customer. As a result, he likes to be involved in both the front-end and the back-end of an application. His passion lies in developing cloud native web applications using Azure.

Frank Folsche

Senior software engineer

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550,- per person
1 day, 09:00-13:00