Master the principles and practices behind Continuous Integration by setting it up for different technology stacks using TeamCity
About This Book
Who This Book Is For
If you are a developer, tester, or a person in operations or Devops who wants to start practising CI, start using TeamCity or both, then this book is for you. Moreover, if you have thought about bringing CI into your team, if you are already using a CI tool and want to move to TeamCity, or if you are looking for ideal practises and techniques while implementing CI with TeamCity, this book will be useful.
What You Will Learn
For those of you getting started with CI, TeamCity, or both, this book will help you understand the principles and essential practices of CI and then provide steps to implement them in different kinds of projects. The book covers the essential features of TeamCity that are needed for a complete CI setup.
You will cover everything from introducing CI to its practises and benefits before getting started with TeamCity as a CI tool. First, we set up CI in a tech stack agnostic way, and then employ CI for different platforms and stacks. Throughout, there is a continuous progression from the simple to the most advanced features of TeamCity, with advise on how to avoid the pitfalls too.
You will also be given an introduction to what's beyond CI —Continuous Delivery and Continuous Deployment—and how TeamCity can help you there too.
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Manoj Mahalingam S
Manoj Mahalingam S is an Application Developer and Devops engineer at ThoughtWorks Inc., where he started his career five years ago. He mainly codes in C#, Python, and Ruby. He likes to think he knows Haskell, but maybe he doesn't. He is also extremely fond of PowerShell and is the author of the PowerShell-based build-and-release framework, YDeliver (https://github.com/manojlds/ydeliver). He has employed Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery in a number of projects, ranging across all the major tech stacks. He has also spoken at a number of conferences, including Pycon India and Devopsdays India. He can be found answering questions on Stack Overflow at http://stackoverflow.com/users/526535/manojlds and also contributing to a number of projects on GitHub. He blogs at http://www.stacktoheap.com.
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