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While Azure DevOps is rapidly growing, with the dev team deploying new features every three weeks, there are still instances where users need functionality that simply don't currently exist. However, thanks in part to Microsoft's recent embrace of open source principals there is a large marketplace of community driven extensions available and since every extension added to the DevOps marketplace is reviewed before being added; you can use them with peace of mind. Below are five of the extensions I've found most useful in no particular order.
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