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J. Palermo.NET DevOps for Azurehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5343-4_7

7. Validating the Code

Jeffrey Palermo1 
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Austin, TX, USA
 

Now that you are working with code, tracking changes against work items, and building the code, you need to squeeze out defects. In Chapter 4, we discussed how to configure Azure Boards to shed light on every type of work that must be done for a work item to make its way from an idea to the customer. In this way, you are baking defect detection into every part of your process. You can certainly have code that performs perfectly while doing the wrong thing because of poor design or poor analysis. But this chapter is about ensuring that the code is working properly. Since the code is what the ...

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