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Overview of tox

I wanted to run Python unit tests using different Python versions on both Linux and Windows. The unit tests had a lot of dependencies. While looking into quick wins for getting the unit tests running via… 153 more words

Continuous Integration

Mongo::Error::OperationFailure: Cursor not found

Lately, I’ve been running into this error while running my nightly automation scripts. From my experience in resolving nagging errors, this one too was another of those annoying/inconsistent errors which did not have any concrete solutions on the internet.  581 more words


Configuring Bamboo to Show Jasmine Test Results

If you already got unit test setup that has been configured to run with karma in local environment it might be a good idea to integrate unit test suite with your continues integration(CI) server. 844 more words


YouTube Live Replay:Enterprise DevOps: It Takes a Village

When talking about enterprise DevOps transformation, many people look for a silver bullet—a magic wand that will convert an old, inefficient organization into a high-performing, DevOps-enabled IT team. 126 more words


xUnit.net vs NUnit, a quick pragmatic comparison

At the beginning of our last project, which was a greenfield project on .NET Core, I was responsible to choose a testing framework, isolation framework and all tools and frameworks, related to unit and integration testing. 591 more words


Unicorn Sync: YML File Used by Another Process

I am currently working on a Sitecore 8.2 solution, for which we have set up Continuous Integration on a DEV server. This is achieved by using Team City and Octopus, and the deploy is performed upon push to GIT ’develop’ branch. 382 more words


Infrastructure from scratch. Part 8. Continuous Integration.

The more we grow up the more routine we have. For example, servers park includes more identical instances. The same thing matters build/release/deploy lifecycle. The more we work, the more business wants. 1,096 more words

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