A very interesting and extensive overview of our Macaw Solutions Factory has just been published by my collegue Vincent hoogendoorn. It is our first installment in our "Macaw Solutions Factory Overview" blogpost series: Factory Overview, Part 1: A Bird’s Eye View of the Macaw Solutions Factory. This blog post touches on all the work I have been doing in the last years. Check it out, I think it is impressive, and it gives a real look into the kitchen on how our company and our customers are doing software projects. We will continue with a lot more posts, for example on how we do end-to-end SharePoint development with the Macaw Solutions Factory.
The post also describes one of the tools I open-sourced lately: the CruiseControl.NET Build Station. This is a "local build server" running in a Windows Forms application that you can use on your local machine to do builds of your current code tree, and on the code tree as available in source control.
Posts available so far on the Macaw Solutions Factory:
- Factory Vision, Part 1: Introducing the Macaw Solutions Factory
- Factory Overview, Part 1: A Bird’s Eye View of the Macaw Solutions Factory
- Macaw Vision on SharePoint Release Management
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