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TeamCity gains more fans

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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    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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