Eleventh day of Christmas… Blogs A-Plenty!

On the eleventh day of Christmas, my true blog gave to me… eleven re-blogged posts!

ten women of Sitecorenine sessions of trainingeight tweets a-tweetingseven VSTS featuressix GIFS a-dancingfive Golden Rules!
Four Community Sitesthree Maturity Modelstwo Sitecore PaaS features, and Sitecore in a NuGet feed.

As a fun twist, each post has been given a new classic ‘link-bait’ title. You won’t believe your eyes!

  1. Three Easy Sitecore Instance Role Configurations
  2. Six Steps to custom TDS Post Deploy Steps
  3. Need Continuous Everything now? Read more!
  4. 7 Sitecore Burst videos… number 4 will surprise you!
  5. You wouldn’t believe what happened at Sitecore Symposium!
  6. This Big Bad Wolf won’t scare you after you read this post
  7. Are you using VSTS and NuGet? You need to read this now!
  8. Got Sitecore? Want HTTP/2? Your IT team is probably telling you no. Here’s why!
  9. Multi-tenant? Multi-site? And SSL? With Sitecore? Yes you can!
  10. I hate best practices and so do you (okay, so this one was already pretty link-baity…)
  11. Can’t find the roles in your TDS package? Read this to unlock the secret.

Seventh day of Christmas… VSTS features in 2016

On the seventh day of Christmas, my true blog gave to me… seven Team Services features!

six GIFS a-dancingfive Golden Rules!
Four Community Sitesthree Maturity Modelstwo Sitecore PaaS features, and Sitecore in a NuGet feed.

If you have been using Visual Studio Team Services, you know that Microsoft regularly releases new functionality to the application throughout the year. Today we’ll recap seven new features released in 2016! These may not be the biggest changes, but they are the ones I like to see in the evolution of a product.

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VSTS and Sitecore NuGet feeds

SPECIAL NOTE: This article is a lead up for my November 30th #SCUniversity session on Continuous Integration and Deployment. Register for the webinar now!

When you are setting up your Continuous Integration build definition in Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS, formerly Visual Studio Online) you will get a NuGet Restore step that by default will work with any standard NuGet feeds. However, if you try to build your solution with Sitecore NuGet references it can’t download the packages. Time for your NuGet.config!

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