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  • ThoughtWorks Open Sources Go, a CD Tool

    ThoughtWorks has recently open sourced their Continuous Delivery (CD) tool, called Go, having its origins in CruiseControl and providing a pipeline process that covers the entire code development process: continuous integration, testing and deploying.

  • CruiseControl.NET 1.4.3 Released

    A new version of CruiseControl.NET, the popular .NET continuous integration server, is now available. This release includes a new ccnet.config validator and numerous enhancements to the dashboard and CCTray application.

  • ThoughtWorks Releases Cruise: Continuous Integration and Release Management System

    Continuous integration is an agile practice in which each code change committed is automatically built and tested, reducing the cost of bugs by catching many of them as soon as they are introduced. Today, ThoughtWorks released Cruise, extending continuous integration to application testing and deployment. Cruise runs on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, and includes support for .NET, Java, and Ruby.

  • Hands-off Load Testing with JMeter and Ant

    Automation expert Paul Duvall highlights in a recent post the value of earlier and continuous integration of load tests throughout the development cycle and presents simple step-by-step techniques to create a scheduled integration build that runs JMeter tests.

  • Review: Continous Performance Management

    Steven Haines from Quest has published an article demonstrating the use of performance analysis tools in the continuous build cycle as best practice and makes some thought provoking points about the cost of not doing so.

  • Ruby Test Integration With CruiseControl.net

    Brent Heinz shows how to integrate your Ruby on Rails test suite into your CruiseControl build process so you can see the test results in the web dashboard.

  • CruiseControl.Net 1.1 Released

    The team behind CruiseControl.Net has released version 1.1. CrusieControl.Net provides continuous integration capabilities for .NET developers. A cornerstone of Agile development, continuous integration is used to ensure that team members stay in sync and the integration issues are discovered early. This marks the first major release of CuriseControl.Net in nearly a year.

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