Published: 20 Jan 2011
By: Sonu Kapoor
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TeamCity is a CI server that has been gaining popularity in the .NET community for the last few years. It is packed with handy futures which we will discuss in a minute and has a free version suitable for smaller teams.

The free version of TeamCity lets a group of 20 people work with 20 various projects. There are a few other minor restrictions like the lack of more sophisticated login scenarios using Active Directory. If you need support for more developers or projects you have to buy the license for about $1500. Both versions allow you to set a distributed build grid using build agents. They let you divide your builds over several machines. Basically you install the agent software on various machines and TeamCity automatically starts the build on one of the build machines.

About Sonu Kapoor

Sonu Kapoor is the creator of DotNetSlackers. Originally started in 2005, DotNetSlackers is a website to help developers stay up-to-date with the latest developments in .NET. During the sites’ youth DotNetSlackers focused solely on .NET news aggregation; however, over the years DotNetSlackers has gr...

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