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Continuous Integration, Delivery, and Deployment by Sander Rossel

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Building the project

Time to start up Jenkins again. Jenkins does not support .NET out of the box. If you are really serious about .NET and CI, you may want to look at Team Foundation Server (TFS), the CI platform from Microsoft (https://www.visualstudio.com/tfs/). TFS is not free (unless you are using the limited Express version) and works on Windows only. So we are going to use Jenkins again.

So, create a new project, name it something such as CSharp Web Shop - Build, and pick the Freestyle Project template. The configuration should be obvious by now, but I will walk you through it just in case. I have ticked the Discard old builds checkbox and set it to keep 5 builds. We are going to build this on Linux, just because we want to make use ...

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