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TeamCity 8.0 EAP (build 27284) with new IDEA make

TeamCity 8.0 is coming and we’re thrilled to present the next EAP to you! Working hard, we have added several new features and we continue to make improvements of the existing ones. New make in IDEA Project runner We integrated … Continue reading

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Typed Parameters and Continuous Deployment

As I hope you’ve had a chance to see for yourself, TeamCity is an excellent tool for continuous integration used as a core ingredient in the continuous deployment process by many teams and greatly loved for its cool features, flexibility … Continue reading

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TeamCity 8.0 EAP (build 27147)

More than a month passed from last TeamCity EAP and we’re glad to disclose what have been done. Multiple improvements were made to the functionality we introduced in previous EAPs. Project groups We continue to integrate groups of projects into … Continue reading

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Love TeamCity? Make it better!

Have you ever asked yourself why TeamCity is so cool? We found the answer a long time ago. TeamCity is great because of you, our users. You constantly suggest improvements, report bugs and discuss new functionality. Every time your energy and involvement … Continue reading

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Continuous Integration and Delivery – Professional Courses with Paul Stack

In partnership with JetBrains and Skills Matter, Paul Stack will be running several Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery courses at Fleet Street – London. Each two-day course consists of a mixture of lectures, hands-on labs and practical exercises.  Registration is … Continue reading

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TeamCity 8.0 EAP (build 26984)

Hello everybody! New TeamCity 8.0 EAP is waiting for you to try. This build contains several improvements and new features which make TeamCity an ultimate choice for large installations. Project groups When this major feature was introduced, there were only … Continue reading

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