Webinar: Working with TeamCity, YouTrack and an OSS Stack

On Tuesday, 5th April 2011, I’ll be giving a webinar (in Spanish) on how to setup an environment with TeamCity, YouTrack and your favorite OSS tools and frameworks.

Things we’ll see:

  • TeamCity: Overview and benefits
  • YouTrack: Mouseless Web Issue Tracking
  • Introduction to Distributed Version Control Systems and benefits over Centralized
  • Creating Continuous Integration Processes with TeamCity and OSS stacks
  • Integration with Visual Studio and other IDE’s

The webinar will be roughly 2 hours and it will be mostly demo-centric.

It is a completely free event. If you’d like to attend, please register here

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4 Responses to Webinar: Working with TeamCity, YouTrack and an OSS Stack

  1. Phileosophos says:

    Um, do you have a registration page that’s in, say, ENGLISH?!

  2. Hadi Hariri says:

    @Phileosophos,

    Unfortunately we don’t handle the registration. It’s organized by SecondNug User Group, whom delegates it to Microsoft. Being the Webinar in Spanish, I’m not sure if having the registration page in Spanish too would be a major issue.

    The blog post is in English, because it’s both a universal language and we only post in English on our blogs. Sorry if that caused confusion. I did mention that the webinar will be in Spanish in the post.

  3. Asif says:

    Guys did you record this program. Can you upload the recording. Thanks Allot.

  4. @Asif Was just browsing through posts and saw your comment unanswered. I apologize for not having replied in time.
    Anyway, the webinar in its entirety is available on JetBrains TV

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