Continuous integration with Jenkins using a Fake build script7/5/2017
Last time we made a Fake build script for an ASP.Net MVC project. I wanted to bring this to the next level and set up continuous integration for the project. I've used TeamCity in the past and it was ok, it did its thing but there was a lot of configuration involved to get a project up and running and the performance was sometimes slower than I expected. So looking for alternatives the first thing I tried was Bitbucket Pipelines but it can apparently only be used for .Net Core projects. I don't think it can run Windows tasks at the moment.