Building a Continuous Integration Environment for Sitecore Part 4 – IIS

This is part 4 of the series of post that I am doing about building a Continuous Integration Environment using Sitecore, TeamCity, Octopus Deploy, and Unicorn. Part 1 – Setting Up TeamCity Part 2 – Setting up OctopusDeploy Part 3

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Building a Continuous Integration Environment for Sitecore Part 3 – SQL Server

This is part 3 of the series of post that I am doing about building a Continuous Integration Environment using Sitecore, TeamCity, Octopus Deploy, and Unicorn. Part 1 – Setting Up TeamCity Part 2 – Setting up OctopusDeploy Part 3

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Building a Continuous Integration Environment for Sitecore Part 2 – Octopus Deploy

This is part 2 of the series of post that I am doing about building a Continuous Integration Environment using Sitecore, TeamCity, Octopus Deploy, and Unicorn. Part 1 – Setting Up TeamCity Part 2 – This post Part 3 –

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Building a Continuous Integration Environment for Sitecore Part 1 – Teamcity

A unique opportunity has arisen for me. I have been tasked with building a fully automated build and deployment solution for Sitecore. So I have documented everything that I have done and will be presenting everything that I have done

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Journey into Angular Part Two

This is continuation from my original post Journey Into Angular – Part 1 Clean Up I wanted to clear up a few things that I did from my previous post. I originally pulled in all of the angular libraries from

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Journey into Angular

In the past when I was doing front end development, I was using Knockout. At the time we picked knockout over Angular because Knockout seemed to be the more mature product. Since that time, it looks like Angular has been

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Pushing images from Sitecore’s media library to Amazon CDN Part Two

In my previous post, Pushing Images from Sitecore’s media Library to Amazon’s CDN I set everything up to push images from Sitecore to Amazon’s CDN The final step that needs to be performed is to update Sitecore, so that Sitecore

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Posted in Sitecore, Sitecore FakeDB, Unit Test

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