Automation

Automating Software Installations with Boxstarter and Chocolatey Members Public

If there's something I really dislike in my software development routines, it's installing the actual software I use to develop. You know what I mean - you don't want to install Visual Studio and wait for that only to realize that as soon as it's done you have to launch

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
AutomationChocolatey

Integrate SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) in your TeamCity build configurations–Improving your SharePoint and Office 365 ALM Members Public

Previously I’ve written an article about “Automating SharePoint Development – Iterative Development Process [https://zimmergren.net/business/automating-sharepoint-development-iterative-development-process] ” which is essentially just scraping the surface of ALM in SharePoint. In that article I mention the use of SPCAF [http://tz.nu/spcafext] as a code quality tool for SharePoint. Since

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
AutomationALMTeamCity

Preparing for upgrade to SharePoint 2013 - Iterative Upgrade Process Members Public

Every cycle of SharePoint [http://sharepoint.microsoft.com] comes with challenges around upgrades and migrations. In one of my current projects I’ve been part of designing an iterative upgrade process – as I like to call it – which means we’ll be upgrading our Farm (all content databases) from SharePoint

Tobias Zimmergren
Tobias Zimmergren
PowerShellAutomationSharePoint
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