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For developers, it's very beneficial to have a source code repository. A source code repository helps to keep all your changes, to manage tasks, branches, share the code with a team and simply put, to keep it in safe place.
In this post, I’ll tell you why you should connect your Azure Data Factories to a source code repository, and I’ll demo how to do so:
The new features of GitHub being added in gives us another great opportunity if you didn’t previously use Azure Dev Ops (formerly known as Visual Studio Team). I’ll be doing more upcoming blogs around Data Factory in Azure Every Day that will be beneficial to you with some of the nuances as the product has greatly evolved since releasing Data Flows.
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