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Learning Continuous Integration with TeamCity by Manoj Mahalingam S

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TeamCity and its competitors

TeamCity is a very popular and feature-rich CI tool. There are many other worthy CI tools as well, and it is prudent to compare TeamCity with these other tools. Here, we will be comparing TeamCity with Jenkins and ThoughtWorks' Go. The idea is to look at the biggest features of these two tools and compare them with those of TeamCity.

Jenkins

Jenkins (http://jenkins-ci.org/) is a very popular open source CI tool. It has a huge community around it and is used by many organizations and teams. The biggest advantage of Jenkins is its open source nature and the huge collection of plugins. There is a plugin in Jenkins for almost anything that you would want to do. With an active community around it, more and more plugins are ...

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