In this post I’m going to show you how to create a GitHub Actions CI workflow that runs on a Python package project and:
You can check the result in my GitHub repository
As the source package, I’ve created a very simple Python project for a calculator class, (hey, I know, It’s not a really awesome calculator project, in fact, it’s a really poor one , but it shows an…
If you’re like me, you might have an Azure Subscription with a Resource Group where you create VMs, App Services, Blob Storages, etc, etc only for testing purposes (I create them, play with them a little, and after some time, I delete them).
But sometimes I forget to delete these resources after playing with them, that’s a problem because I don’t want to pay for something I’m not using, that’s when Azure DevOps come to rescue :)