TeamCity gains more fans

Posted on by Ekaterina Ivanova

We are always happy to know that people are using TeamCity and love it. Whenever someone shares an experience of successful long-term usage (like Matt Wright and Peter Pascale recently did) or just tells about the first impression of TeamCity (like Ron Gross), it’s a great pleasure for us. 🙂

And it brings even more pleasure to know that the features TeamCity is originally based on, such as:

find appreciation from almost anyone who tasted them.

Of course, there are many things in TeamCity that deserve to be mentioned — for example, integration with industry-leading IDEs or the possibility of almost throughout customization, and so on, and on, and on… But as wise men say, seeing is believing!
So, don’t miss a chance to check it yourself — download the latest TeamCity version or try the piping hot EAP release, and share your opinion with us at our issue tracker and online forum.

Wish you a happy building,
JetBrains TeamCity team

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2 Responses to TeamCity gains more fans

  1. mrmattwright says:

    May 21, 2008

    Cheers for the link. A couple of things I would love to see added (I know these are coming on the Java side, but don’t forget about us C#’ers)
    1) Integrated C# Code Coverage
    2) Support for running failed tests first (I can see this happening here: http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/TW/Calcutta+EAP+(build+7200)+Release+Notes but only for Java)

    I am loving the TestRunner stuff BTW, I’m testing a whole Book of Trades in my integration tests and using your nifty trick to log to standard out, I can see the success/failure and more importantly the progress as the build goes along. Will try and post a pic on my blog when I have a sec.

  2. ron gross says:

    March 17, 2010

    […] … ron art Says: June 24th, 2008 at 1:45 pm. yea…big time tech probs with the site. Reply …JetBrains TeamCity Blog Blog Archive TeamCity gains more fansWhenever someone shares an experience of successful long-term usage (like Matt Wright and Peter […]

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