How I use Azure DevOps

I usually start by creating an organization project at https://dev.azure.com/, then turn over the backlog to the business side of the house with a model of Epic – Features – Tasks, with the tasks being entered by the developers. I work with the business team to create a good overall definition of done for tasks, so the developers will understand how things are considered complete. I then create a repository for code, usually in Git, as I prefer the overall process of code merging. This does come with the caveat of the team understanding the process of PRing code and how to fetch the latest code changes before checking in to help minimize the collisions in code check in. Earlier, I included how the backlog looks, but ...

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