Vinnie  Erdman

Vinnie Erdman

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BUILDING Go (golang) Code In An Azure DevOps Pipeline

You can write Go code in pretty much any IDE and/or text editor. HOWEVER, what happens after you write it? Do you keep manually building it in localhost?

Let me show you an EASIER way to take the Go code you write and automatically build it with a FREE solution called Azure DevOps

Azure DevOps is a free Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) tool that allows you to automatically build AND ship code. With free Go extensions in the marketplace, you can take the code you write and automatically build it.

Let’s sprinkle a little DevOps on our code and JUMP RIGHT IN.

We will go over:

  1. Creating a new YAML pipeline in Azure DevOps
  2. Using specific Go tasks from the Azure DevOps marketplace
  3. Running the Go code to build it in the CI process
  4. See a successful build of the Go code

#golang #development #100DaysOfCode

#golang #development #azure #pipeline

BUILDING Go (golang) Code In An Azure DevOps Pipeline