JetBrains TeamCity Blog Launched
We’re pleased to launch a new blog dedicated solely to TeamCity. We hope you will find it a useful resource for all things related to TeamCity – news, tips & tricks, links and opinions, and more.
To let you in on the history of TeamCity, which is nearing its second major release, this opening post includes a recap of past and recent TeamCity developments.
March 29, 2006: JetBrains announces its new solution – JetBrains Team Server.
May 25, 2006: JetBrains presents Team Server, along with IntelliJ IDEA, to Google.
July 13, 2006: Team Server is given its new name: TeamCity.
July 28, 2006: TeamCity beta is released.
October 2, 2006: TeamCity 1.0 released simultaneously with IntelliJ IDEA 6.0.
December 4, 2006: TeamCity 1.2 EAP (Early Access Program) opened.
December 19, 2006: TeamCity Release Candidate made available.
December 19, 2006: TeamCity nominated and currently in voting for Java Developer’s Journal Reader’s Choice awards (3 categories).
January 15, 2007: TeamCity 1.2 released.
January 31, 2007: EAP for TeamCity 2.0 opened.
February 20, 2007: Test-driven development, continuous integration and TeamCity.
March 8, 2007: Java Power Tools surveyed.
March 27, 2007: TeamCity 2.0 Beta released.
April 6, 2007: TeamCity blog launched.
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