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Integrating TeamCity 2020 into Existing Workflows

by Alexander Page

In this course you'll learn how to connect TeamCity to a variety of development tooling including notification systems, source control management, issue trackers, and IDEs.

What you'll learn

Running automated builds provides significant value, but there are so many other tools involved with software development that it can be difficult to manage without connecting them. In this course, Integrating TeamCity 2020 into Existing Workflows, you'll gain the ability to connect TeamCity with a variety of development and lifecycle tools. First, you'll learn how to set up build notifications in three different ways, including with Slack. Next, you'll discover how to connect TeamCity with issue tracker systems to automatically associate builds with the issues they fix. Further, you'll learn how to integrate with Source Control Management beyond just pulling from SCM to perform builds. You'll see firsthand how to utilize the TeamCity API for virtually any custom use case. Finally, you'll create isolated "Personal Builds" with multiple IDEs to provide experimental environments for developers. When you’re finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge of TeamCity Integrations needed to connect TeamCity with the rest of your workflow tooling and dramatically increase productivity.

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About the author

Alex works as a DevOps Engineer at Broadcom with a focus on Continuous Testing solutions. He comes from a full-stack developer background and has worked with several companies writing mission-critical software in a variety of languages. Additionally, he has a focus on test automation - specifically with bleeding edge UI test automation frameworks and emerging test methodologies (e.g. model-based testing). When he isn't outside hiking, climbing, or skiing with his wife, he is usually gaming or co... more

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