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Webcast March 10th - Drive Continuous Integration in Software Development

Looking to increase quality, reduce costs, and decrease project risk? Then “Shift Left” is the answer for you. Shift Left is a DevOps practice that provides an effective means to perform testing with or in parallel to development activities. 141 more words

DevOps

Dependencies Properties in TeamCity - Reverse the flow

Build chains in TeamCity allow accessing any build parameters defined in a build that the current build depends on:

Parameters in dependent builds

TeamCity provides the ability to use properties provided by the builds the current build depends on (via a snapshot or artifact dependency).

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TeamCity

My quest for a build script solution in .NET is (finally) over

My never ending quest for finding a build script solution that satisfies my requirements for facilitating builds within .NET might just have come to an end. 2,447 more words

Development

The Crafty Consultant's Guide to... DevOps

On Thursday I once again had the pleasure of presenting at the London Java Community (LJC) meetup. This time I presented a new talk “The Craft Consultant’s Guide to… DevOps”. 288 more words

Conferences

Sitecore Continuous Integration with Team City and TDS

There are a lot of articles around on how to do automated deployments / continuous integration with Sitecore, which if you’re new to the tools will likely leave you slightly baffled. 716 more words

Sitecore

Tools of the Trade - Getting Started With Continuous Integration (Part 1)

In this post, I’m going to talk about a commonly used software practice, continuous integration, by first describing what it is and the problem it solves. 972 more words

Continuous Build

Which artifacts do you want when you build a system?

A Continuous Integration, CI, server builds a system every time a change has been detected in the version control system. This is a very common practice and something good. 1,014 more words

Maven