Category Archives: Continuous Integration

Finding a TFS 2012 generic work item URL is way harder than is reasonable

You’d think it would be easy to find out how to get a direct link to any work item in a collection in TFS, but it’s not. In 2010 there was an URL format that worked, but they ditched that … Continue reading

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Testing software is hard?

Yeah, it’s hard. As much handwaving as there is in this article about code coverage (by a developer who works for a code coverage company, so get your grains of salt ready) about how simple Tetris is–it can be implemented in a … Continue reading

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Build server woes: can’t resolve System.Net.Http 2.0 I got the infamous (but badly documented) “<dependency.dll> could not be resolved because it has an indirect dependency on the framework assembly “System.Net.Http, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a” which could not be resolved in the currently … Continue reading

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Get Jenkins building .NET 4.5 projects Saved me a bunch of time after someone unexpectedly updated to .NET 4.5 on the build server at work. It worked fine until a project was created for a solution that targets 4.5, then … Continue reading

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