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Chris Patterson
@phatboyg
@RDalziel so you know when you open that shitty box lunch at a corporate meeting, and it has a nasty green apple in it? Imagine if it was a thick, homemade chocolate chip cookie instead.
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
I plan a blog series about using GitLab with .NET stack. just need to land it in between everything else.
RDalziel
@RDalziel

@RDalziel so you know when you open that shitty box lunch at a corporate meeting, and it has a nasty green apple in it? Imagine if it was a thick, homemade chocolate chip cookie instead.

Christ :joy:

Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
that was awesome, spot on
RDalziel
@RDalziel
Cancel the blog series @alexeyzimarev - consider me informed
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
the fact that they changed the name to whatever DevOps doesn't change much. when making a comment in the issue they still have that Save button? And you get save conflicts if someone was commenting at the same time, or changed the title? jfc, it's 1980s all the way
RDalziel
@RDalziel
Oh you have issues with Azure Boards
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
I'd love to see more .NET folk looking around what's out there that's not Microsoft...
spoken with some ppl doing the big rewrite. I asked them what OSS they have. They said - AngularJS
Chris Patterson
@phatboyg
You'd think they'd install a retry filter, to handle concurrency conflicts. You know, I have a solution they can use to fix that problem...
RDalziel
@RDalziel
I would - if you could tell me what i'm missing :wink:
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
nice. so I asked what do they use, like, for logging. guess what - Microsoft Enterprise Library! I didn't know that it still lives
RDalziel
@RDalziel
Is it just the UI you find painful to use yeah?
Missing features? Tasks etc?
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
it's bloody everything
RDalziel
@RDalziel
:joy: I'm trying my best here -but you're still telling me nothing specific
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
it's too much man, I would find more analogies but they won't be appropriate
I will personally tell you when I will be writing about it
Krystian-D
@Krystian-D
Using Azure DevOps for 9 months now, previously used Jira and github.
Azure boards is just downgrade. You can complete Story without competing child tasks. You can move story but child tasks won't be moved automatically.
RDalziel
@RDalziel
I have got the impression that ADO tends to learn a lot from GitLab - specifically around yaml. There's ways to go there - not aware of how far (if at all) gitlab is ahead there
They do seem to have a pretty big push on the yaml end
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
but one thing you might reflect upon - have you ever seen the Azure DevOps work item (what a brilliant name, it tells me a lot) as a collaboration space for a group of qualified individuals to share their thoughts, ideas, see how the code develops over time? none of it is possible there. JIRA is the same in that regard. GitHub issues is one of the biggest drivers for companies to adopt GitHub Enterprise although it is so expensive
RDalziel
@RDalziel
I agree with you guys on Azure Boards btw - i was specifically interested in differences with the different CI/CD tools out there. Microsoft don't seem to change Azure Boards much - but they seem to be pretty heavily invested in Pipelines
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
well, ok then, I never got any clue why they think that deployments and builds should be separated
like, wtf? it's DevOps, right? CI/CD?
build-deploy, one pipeline
RDalziel
@RDalziel
Hah - it seems like they have listened there
YAML Pipelines are much more as you say
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
just logged in there
it's the same
RDalziel
@RDalziel
For GUI based - YAML pipelines is the push lately
Krystian-D
@Krystian-D
Ohh and since we're using Azure there was decision made that whole team has to switch from Slack to Teams months later we are still crying about it xD
RDalziel
@RDalziel
It's pretty new though, granted.
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
maybe. I also never understand what's the story behind "yaml pipelines". it's just the bloody pipeline. they want a UI for their enteprisy customers that can type? fine, just parse yaml to the UI and back
RDalziel
@RDalziel

Ohh and since we're using Azure there was decision made that whole team has to switch from Slack to Teams months later we are still crying about it xD

Been there - still having that battle

maybe. I also never understand what's the story behind "yaml pipelines". it's just the bloody pipeline. they want a UI for their enteprisy customers that can type? fine, just parse yaml to the UI and back

From my perspective - copying Gitlab no?

Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
we were forced to use teams and no one uses it. they stop paying for Slack but we keep using it with 10K quota, good enough for me...
RDalziel
@RDalziel

we were forced to use teams and no one uses it. they stop paying for Slack but we keep using it with 10K quota, good enough for me...

Same here - used Teams for a year...everyone stopped talking. Back to slack

Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
@RDalziel not sure what's there to copy, gitlab never had any UI to configure the pipeline. it's a natural part of the source code.
RDalziel
@RDalziel

@RDalziel not sure what's there to copy, gitlab never had any UI to configure the pipeline. it's a natural part of the source code.

ADO was full GUI for Builds then Releases. It was really just due to (If you remember) the horrible horrible horrible Release Management thick client

Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
ok, have to leave
RDalziel
@RDalziel
The release section of ADO is just a migration from the thick client
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
@phatboyg pls let me know if the mongo audit store is not ok. just got a need for it out of a sudden
Chris Patterson
@phatboyg
I'll pull it in after a bit, been busy today.
I saw the build finally passed so I'm sure it's good.
I will say, I'm looking to provide a better support process than GitHub issues, StackOverflow, etc. I just need to figure it out.
I hate all the project management tools in Azure, they just suck.
Corporate we use JIRA, which has challenges but it pretty scalable to large companies.
ZenHub helps a bit on top of GitHub issues, at least for visual board style.
Alexey Zimarev
@alexeyzimarev
I think GitHub issues work pretty well