Building Go programs in TeamCity
TeamCity provides support for multiple technologies and programming languages. In TeamCity 2019.1, support for Go has been included in the distribution. In this blog post, we will explain how to configure TeamCity to work with Go programs.
Building GitHub pull requests with TeamCity
The support for pull requests in TeamCity was first implemented for GitHub as an external plugin. Starting with TeamCity version 2018.2 the plugin is bundled in the distribution package with no need to install the external plugin. The functionality has since been extended in version 2019.1 to support GitLab and BitBucket Server. In this blog post, we will share some tips for building GitHub pull
Explaining the Shared Resources plugin
This post describes one of the new features in the upcoming TeamCity 8.0 Using TeamCity, we can easily set up a build farm using a central TeamCity server and several connected build agents. By having multiple build agents, we can run builds and build configurations in parallel. Different branches of the same project can build simultaneously on different build agents, personal builds can be run