This is why I haven’t been going to user group meetings

From Christopher Bennage:

At our most recent .NET users group meeting, Joe Healy asked for a show of hands for those doing Continuous Integration.  There were about 40 of us and (I’m pretty sure) no one raised their hand.

I know we all have our technology and process preferences, but in this day and age everyone in the .NET world should be doing some sort of Continuous Integration.  Draco.NET, although it’s old and abandoned, still does the job for an investment of less than an hour.  CruiseControl.NET is abandoned and painful.  There are many paid tools out there if your IT budget allows it; not all of them are expensive.  Check out an old list here; Google around for other tools.  But by all means, use CI!

Note to Codehaus: add publish/edit dates to your feature matrices.

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