May 24, 2006

Team Server / IntelliJ IDEA presentation on Google Video

Yesterday I’ve returned from California, where I was at JavaOne conference. This was quite a “deep dive” for me - despite the fact that it was my first time at an international conference, I came there to give a talk, and my talk was scheduled on the first day of the conference. The talk went well, though, and I also enjoyed the remaining part of the conference quite a lot.

Before JavaOne, we gave presentations on our products at the Google office. I spoke about Team Server, and Mike Aizatsky demonstrated the HTML, CSS and JavaScript features of IntelliJ IDEA. Our talk was recorded, and the recording is currently available on Google Video.

Enjoy watching, and if you have any comments, feel free to leave them here.

Posted by Dmitry Jemerov at May 24, 2006 05:01 PM

Does Team Server have any support for dependencies between projects? So if a check in happens on a project it builds and tests it, followed by all of its dependent projects. This is a feature that is not present in CruiseControl and which the developers say will never be added. We've had to roll our own solution to get around this....

Posted by: Chris Rimmer at May 26, 2006 07:28 PM

Dependent projects will not be supported in the 1.0 release of Team Server, but this feature is definitely planned for future versions of the product.

Posted by: Dmitry Jemerov at May 26, 2006 07:34 PM

Very nice. Maybe you should post the link to the video on the EAP lists too, since not everybody is looking here too :).

Also, IMHO you should keep an eye on the concurrence too :).
Maybe you already know these:
with the product blog here:


Posted by: Ahmed Mohombe at May 28, 2006 05:15 PM


Yes, we're aware of Pulse, and we're keeping an eye on it. Thanks for the pointer.

Posted by: Dmitry Jemerov at May 29, 2006 12:58 PM
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