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Learning Continuous Integration with TeamCity by Manoj Mahalingam S

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Chapter 1. Introduction

In this chapter, we will learn about Continuous Integration (CI) and its basic practices. The idea is to be on the same page when we talk about CI in the rest of the book and implement various solutions using TeamCity as a CI server. This chapter will also provide a high-level introduction to TeamCity, its features, and how effective it is when compared to competitive products such as Jenkins and ThoughtWorks' Go.

Introduction to Continuous Integration

Continuous Integration is the name given to processes and practices that are involved in regularly integrating the work of several developers into a shared mainline/repository.

My colleague Martin Fowler has written a popular article (http://martinfowler.com/articles/continuousIntegration.html ...

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