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Linting with Checkstyle

Code is going to be written once but read many times. A consistent coding style across the entire code base is important to increase readability and maintainability. 2,154 more words

Maven

Code Coverage with JaCoCo

Code Coverage is a useful set of metrics that show you how much of your code you’re impacting during testing. It doesn’t say much about the quality of your tests (you can read more in the old post  937 more words

How To

Continuous Integration (CI) Tools

After my last blog post, I have got very good response from individuals and organisations for help. Based on their request, I have shortlisted and booked few appointments to help them. 327 more words

TeamCity WebHooks plugin poll

If you’re a tcWebHooks plugin user, could you please take a couple of minutes to post a comment on this poll?

I am trying to determine how much effort I should invest in supporting older versions of TeamCity, and where to focus future development. 52 more words

TcPlugins

TeamCity + XUnit: Not all tests executed

Running unit test on a TeamCity is usually not a big problem but a couple of days ago I noticed I very strange behaviour.

The number of tests executed on the build server was much smaller than the number of tests running on my local machine but TeamCity did not report any errors. 169 more words

.NET

[NoBrainer] Using TeamCity Build Parameters with Environment Variables in C#

When integrating back end systems we very often would like our build server to run integration tests against our test evironments. The problem is that we do not want to hard code any connection uris (or even worse credentials) into our unit and integration tests. 370 more words

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