dotnet + nunit3 + TeamCity success

The new .Net Core CLI has the ability to use xunit or nunit. Which is great. For running tests locally. I use TeamCity, so I like to see test results showing up, track testing count over time etc. There is a built in way to import xml reports which supports…

TeamCity, GitHub and Pull Requests

I've been having fun setting up TeamCity builds, specifically trying to run a static analysis build that shows it's results on a pull request. This lead me to discover some issues with the built-in TeamCity support. It is really easy to set up a build task that runs PowerShell as…