Branching strategies varies from Client to Client/ Project to Project, but the common practices teams are looking for enabling CI against all your branches.

In this post, I will show how we can configure CI against all the branchs.

When you create a build, it enables CI against the ‘master’ branch. But how you can enable the CI against all your branches. It’s a simple but powerful trick. Azure DevOps use branch filter will help you to achieve this. You can use this option by mention all your branch types/ category e.g. features/ bugs/ hotfixes.

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About Ajeet Chouksey

As Technology Architect, Ajeet has over 12+ years of industry experience delivering enterprise solutions on the Microsoft Platform. Ajeet is passionate, certified technologist, blogger and community contributor. His specialisms are Azure IaaS/PaaS, Automation, DevOps, Agile based development processes supporting distributed teams (on shore & off shore), designing and implementing the appropriate infrastructure and platform solutions to meet the functional, operational, and deployment requirements throughout the solution life-cycle. Ajeet is member of various technical communities and discussion groups. He also conducted many boot camps on Azure and DevOps.