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I’ve been tasked with setting up a continuous integration server at my department. after some evaluation I have narrowed the candidates down to either Jenkins or TeamCity. Jenkins because it’s the biggest actor out there and has a strong community. TeamCity because other comanies we work with use TeamCity. Right now it’s favor TeamCity, but I’d like to hear from people who has experience with these kinds of servers to hear if there are other pros or cons?
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