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Moving data in Sitecore: publishing vs. packages and third-party software

When I began my current job, where Sitecore is used heavily and is a core piece of the company’s technology strategy going forward, the internal software landscape was fairly different from what it is today. 1,681 more words


RAD Studio Plugin for Jenkins

I am now working on RAD Studio Plugin for Jenkins. It will help you build and test your RAD Studio projects on Jenkins, a widely used open-source continuous integration (CI) server application. 36 more words


MSBuild Basics

MSBuild is Microsoft’s build system for Visual Studio. Visual Studio project files (*.csproj, *.vbproj) do not only describe the project structure, but are also build scripts for MSBuild. 558 more words

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GitHub: Continuous Integration with Travis CI


Travis CI is a Continuous Integration solution, available to the GitHub users out of the box. In particular, it provides build and unit test automation, triggered on each push or pull request. 1,464 more words


Xcode Server Bots & Archiving

Today I spent way too much time trying to get my project to compile and archive using Xcode Server 3.2.1.  Everything built just fine, but when I turned on ‘Archive’ it just hung there ‘Archiving’ or ‘Copying Swift standard libraries’.   168 more words


Box unveils ClusterRunner, an open-source tool to test code fast

As a fast-growing cloud file-sharing software company, Box needs to deploy new versions of its software in a timely fashion, and that requires an efficient code-testing process. 189 more words


Code-testing startup Shippable looks beyond the cloud, gets $8M

Shippable, a startup with tools to help developers deploy correctly functioning code fast, has landed an $8 million funding round.

The new cash, announced today, will help Shippable develop its capabilities beyond just testing code in a cloud. 263 more words