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RE: [softwaredev-17] Continuous automation using Cruise Control and Team Foundation Server

From: user 4.
Sent on: Monday, December 10, 2007 4:45 PM

Sorry no idea but I am going to forward to somebody who might help.




Marc G.


From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Mayur Jobanputra
Sent: December 10,[masked]:31 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: [!! SPAM] [softwaredev-17] Continuous automation using Cruise Control and Team Foundation Server


Happy Monday everyone!  If you know anything about build automation (or would like to know), please continue reading.

My "Clark Kent" day job is Buildmaster for a local ski resort company. We have been using Subversion, Nant, and batch files for at few years and are starting to make the move towards Continuous Integration, automated testing, etc.  I made the assumption immediately that Cruise Control was the way to go but as I investigate, Microsoft's Team Foundation Server keeps popping up as something I should know about. Warning: I am a glorified Installshield package execution coordinator :).  I keep busy enough maintaining environments and production database copies and shamelessly admit I am not a programmer.


  • Does anyone use Team Foundation Server today?  If so, our development team would LOVE an on-site demo or visit.
  • If you are using Cruise Control for your application, I would love to speak with you and learn from your experiences.
  • Is the choice between the two an either/or?  Or can I use TFS in step with CC?  I assume the answer is yes.
  • Thoughts? Ideas? Concerns? Warnings?


Thanks for any help you can throw my way!  Best response gets a Mink mocha on me!  :)

Mayur Jobanputra ||[masked] || || [address removed]
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