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Publish Website using TFS Build

When working on web-applications or services, you often need to deliver the latest bits to your QA team. Usually you have a separate web-server where the latest version for in-house testing is installed. 813 more words


Overview of sporadically failing test cases in Jenkins

Never, ever a stable blue build right? It does not seem to matter what you do, but for system integration tests there always seems to one or a few sporadically failing test cases. 213 more words

Test Automation

Getting started with Agile ALM for Sitecore

Over the last few years, I’ve been trying to iteratively improve our own processes at nonlinear to deliver better Sitecore solutions and set our clients up for maintainable and sustainable ALM processes. 215 more words


Continuous Integration with Jenkins : A beginners guide

Continuous integration is a process in which all development work is integrated  at a predefined time or event and the resulting work is automatically tested and built. 497 more words


Shine @ Google Cloud Live - Tuesday 25th March 2014

We were lucky enough to get an invite to the Google Cloud Live conference this year. Being a private, invite-only event it was difficult to know what to expect, but when you hear Google and Cloud Computing in the same sentence you can’t help but get excited. 1,426 more words


Intro to Continuous Integration Slides

I had the honor of giving a talk on continuous integration to Charm City Linux this week. My slides are available on Slideshare.