More good words about TeamCity 3.0
We are glad to get positive feedback 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, upgraded to TeamCity 3.0 and gave a very good response in his blog.
The first feature that Michael has mentioned, is the free Professional edition, which is quite sufficient for the small and medium-size projects. Also, he appreciated the statistic charts, per-project access rights, StarTeam support, source code labeling, and the possibility to get thread dumps.
We want to thank Michael for the deep analysis and suggested improvements.
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