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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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Important Security Notice: XSS vulnerability allowing RCE

What happened On July 24, 2019, a security researcher reported a security vulnerability in JetBrains TeamCity. The vulnerability allows cross-site scripting (XSS) on many pages, potentially making it possible to send an arbitrary HTTP request to the TeamCity server under … Continue reading

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Test Automation with TeamCity

TeamCity offers a number of ways to help you work with tests. First of all, it presents the test results for each build execution so it’s easy to analyze what happened and why something has failed. Besides that, TeamCity includes … Continue reading

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Getting Started with TeamCity TestDrive

TeamCity is mostly known as an on-premises CI server. But if you want to get a taste of TeamCity, you don’t really need to install it on your servers. Enter TestDrive! TestDrive is a limited cloud TeamCity offering. It is … Continue reading

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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. Configuring Golang build … Continue reading

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TeamCity Plugin Contest: submissions are closed, you can now vote for the plugins

The TeamCity Plugin Contest has entered its final chapter as we yesterday closed the door to any more plugin submissions. We would like to thank every one of the participants who spread the word, joined the contest, and spent their … Continue reading

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TeamCity 2019.1: New UI, GitLab Integration, Support for Go, Token-Based Authentication, AWS Spot Fleet Requests

Please welcome TeamCity 2019.1—the first major release of this year! TeamCity 2019.1 provides a redesigned UI, native GitLab integration, and support for GitLab and Bitbucket server pull requests. Also included are token-based authentication, detection and reporting of Go tests, faster … 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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TeamCity Plugin Contest 2019: Create Plugins for TeamCity and Win Prizes

We are thrilled to announce the TeamCity Plugin Contest 2019 – a competition among TeamCity plugin developers where everyone wins! Every contestant who submits a plugin will receive a 1-year subscription to one of the JetBrains IDEs. The Contest starts … 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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