@MehdiH: I highly recommend the VSTS/TFS documentation. Lots of good walkthroughs.
Also, check out Pluralsight and LinkedIn Learning. They both have VSTS/TFS courses.
@bgarts: I got 99% of the words right! :)
@HimalPatel: Check now. I asked Miguel include stage 3.
@joepublic: Sorry about not showing enough of the code. Not sure what happened but we will be careful not to do that in the future. In the meantime, you can find the code on GitHub. https://github.com/miguelcastro67/DI-Webcast
@Niner377430: Sorry about that. :( We will try not to do that in the future.
@Issa Fram: I certainly didn't feel that way. I think this stuff is cool. Sorry if you got a different impression. :)
@Arad: Thanks for pointing that out to us. We made the edit and republished.
@Darren: Thanks Darren. I fixed it.
@xaimaran: Sorry to hear that you are not enjoying these. Is it just this episode, or are you finding the entire series not to your liking?
@Santosh: Click on the Sample Code link in the Resources list. That will take you to the code we used.
@Donna: The XAML Designer is available for Windows 10 and WPF applications. There is currently no support for Xamarin Forms.