An new article on TeamCity is published
We keep on getting feedback on TeamCity’s advantages in continuous integration and agile development practice from our users. Michael HÃ¼ttermann, a well-known author of a book on agile software development, Sun Java Champion, member of Agile Alliance, a coach and consultant for JEE and agile development has recently published a second article on TeamCity in Javamagazin (issue 9, 2007). In the article he shares his positive user experience with TeamCity and provides:
- a summary of TeamCity’s concepts and possibilities of its user interface
- some notes on initial TeamCity installation and startup
- a howto on configuring the project settings via TeamCity’s web interface and migration from CruiseControl to TeamCity
- a description of IntelliJ IDEA 6.0 integration plugin for TeamCity
The article is currently available only in German at Michael HÃ¼ttermann’s website, and we hope it will soon be translated into English.
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