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Dude, Where's My Gold Code?

Let me tell you about a conversation I had yesterday with some developers in a team. They needed help with their database CI/CD process, and so I wanted to see the database solutions they were using. 518 more words

Database Development

Continuous Integration - What it is? How can it be achieved? Benefits of using continuous integration

What is “Continuous Integration”?

“Continuous Development” or “CI” in short is a concept which has been taken as a standard now a days within our IT services and development. 725 more words

Proof Of Concepts

Continuous Delivery - ASP.Net Core web applications using Visual Studio Team Services and Octopus Deploy Hosted in Azure

This article should help you get started with Continuous delivery pipeline using Visual Studio Team Services and Octopus Deploy. This blog post came out after playing with ASP.Net Core applications. 524 more words


Part 1 - Setting up Android build on Jenkins

This tutorial is 1st in a series of articles for setting up CI for Android .  I would try and cover the pre-configuration tasks to make sure all the requirements for configuring a Android build.  897 more words


MadLab Azure Deployment - part 1


This blog post is the first of many that explain how we configured a Continous Deployment environment.

Part 1 (this)
Part 2 – TeamCity… 293 more words


Installing Jenkins on Ubuntu

After having setup Travis-CI and CircleCI builds for my sample Android app, today I thought to install Jenkins on Ubuntu (giving more control on signing, authority, Dex, etc.) , though it is pretty much straightforward, however I wanted to post my learning as well in form of a tutorial. 446 more words


Integrate .NET Core, AppVeyor, OpenCover and Codecov

As a developer I need to take a good rest at night. In my line of work the only way to achieve it is using a integrated workflow pipeline, aka Source Code Management (SCM), Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) with some tools in the middle. 373 more words