Category Archives: Guest post

Stop Bad Code from Being Promoted in TeamCity Build Chains, with OverOps

This guest blog post is brought to you by Alex Zhitnitsky, Director of Product Marketing at OverOps. It’s no secret that 100% test code coverage ≠ 100% of critical issues identified. Developers, build engineers, and managers are throwing everything they … Continue reading

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Kickstart continuous testing using TeamCity’s integration with LambdaTest

This guest post is brought to you by Harshit Paul, a Content Specialist at LambdaTest. TeamCity now offers integration with LambdaTest, a cloud-based cross-browser testing tool offering automation with Selenium Grid. LambdaTest offers a library of 2000+ real browsers for … Continue reading

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Building the Snyk Plugin for TeamCity

This guest blog post is brought to you by Brian Vermeer, Developer Advocate at Snyk. Snyk offers a developer-first solution for open source security. Snyk is developing a TeamCity plugin to help users with automated vulnerability scanning. Snyk’s blog post … Continue reading

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Streamline your CI/CD pipeline with TeamCity and CloudShell Colony’s Environment as a Service

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This guest post is brought to you by Meni Besso, Product Manager at Quali, the creators of CloudShell Colony CloudShell Colony is an Environment as a Service platform. It connects to your cloud providers including AWS, Azure, and Kubernetes and … Continue reading

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Building Open Source Security Into The TeamCity Workflow With Snyk

This guest blog post is brought to you by Snyk. Snyk offers a developer-first solution for open source security. Snyk is developing a TeamCity plugin to help users with automated vulnerability scanning. Snyk’s blog post series documents their story of … Continue reading

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TeamCity and Plastic SCM: Full-Blown Automation to Deliver Faster and Better

This guest post is brought to you by Jordi Mon Companys, the Product Manager of Plastic SCM. Plastic SCM is a full version control stack for all things DevOps. It’s an enterprise-ready, DVCS and CVCS for teams any size with built-in … Continue reading

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Maximize Power and Efficiency with Integration of TeamCity and Issue Tracker

This guest post is brought to you by StiltSoft. StiltSoft is a small team of Atlassian Experts and avid fans of JIRA and Confluence. StiltSoft is the Atlassian Verified vendor that develops TeamCity Integration for JIRA add-on. This add-on allows you … Continue reading

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Automating Deployments with TeamCity and Octopus Deploy

This guest post is brought to you by Paul Stovell, creator of Octopus Deploy. Octopus is a deployment automation server for .NET developers. Octopus takes over where your build server finishes. The build server builds the code and runs tests, … Continue reading

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Case Study: TeamCity in Clueda

This guest post is brought to you by Clueda engineering team. Clueda is a cognitive computing solutions provider. We extract knowledge and market moving events from infinite amounts of unstructured data in real-time. The Best in Big Data 2013 award-winning technology … Continue reading

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How Groovy uses TeamCity

This guest post is brought to you by Cédric Champeau, a Senior Software Engineer working on the Groovy language at SpringSource/Pivotal. NB: starting today Groovy is looking for a new home. Upgrading the continuous integration chain For several months now, the Groovy … Continue reading

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