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Customize Azure DevOps using Aggregator

We will see how to customize Azure DevOps (ex Visual Studio Team Services, ex Team Foundation Server) using a powerful tool like Aggregator. Version 2 made a simple task adding rules to TFS on-premise, now vervsion 3 offers a full support to Azure DevOps; furthermore rules are more powerful, no more limited to Boards (work items) events, but to new types like Git events. You can please your _Project Manager_/_Scrum Master_ by automating task creation, or roll-ups; or automatically inject a set of reviewers in a Pull Request. Even if you will never use Aggregator, you can learn something from its use of Azure and Azure DevOps API and build your own tooling.

Giulio Vian

Glass Lewis Europe Ltd

Giulio started coding assembler on a Sinclair ZX80, but now he is scripting Azure and hacking pipelines for Glass Lewis & Co. Before, he programmed in many different languages, worked in a few countries and consulting dozens of disparate customers. Microsoft MVP 2016-19 on Azure DevOps, he speaks at local and international events for fun and passion.