Source control and Continuous Integration
I have finally got around to installing SubVersion source control system and also installing CruiseControl.NET for continuous integration. I definitely like SubVersion but being a long time VSS user, it does take a little time to get the hang of. What I will say is that without the graphical tools that are TortoiseSVN (for windows explorer/shell integration) and AnkhSVN (VS.NET integration), then I would have ditched it very early. I am a lazy beast, and without the GUI add-ons, I don't think I would have had the time and patience to learn all the commands that go with administering it.
At any rate, it looks very cool, and CruiseControl.NET is a great product, if continuous integration is your thing. I know some people have thought it not a good idea, as it means development conditions ad/or practices have gone bad, but in large orgs, and even in small teams, things can easily go bad, so its great to know that such a tool is available, and whats more, its free. Kudos to ThoughtWorks for releasing it.
As a side note, Garret Smith did an excellent presetation at the Sydney Deep .Net user group on CruiseControl.NET. Thanks Garret.