Including the build number in your assembly version number can be a very useful feature. Using reflection you can retrieve you assembly version number and display it appropriately in your app. Here is how to add a build number to your Assembly Version using TeamCity continuous integration server. AssemblyInfo Patcher TeamCity is a continuous integration server developed by JetBrains. If you are looking at trying a new build server, I highly recommend giving it a try. It should take no longer than a hour or two to install, configure, and build your project. There is a built-in build feature… Read More »Add a build number to your Assembly Version
Sponsor: Do you build complex software systems? See how NServiceBus makes it easier to design, build, and manage software systems that use message queues to achieve loose coupling. Get started for free.
Want to produce better code and more efficient development group? Start using Visual Studio Online check-in policies within your team project. Check-in Policies are rules you can define at a Visual Studio Online team project which are enforced when a developer attempts to check-in their source code. Note: You must be using Team Foundation Version Control (TFVC) with your project in order to use the check-in policies. Although VSO now supports Git as a version control system for your team project, check-in policies are not supported. One of the main reasons I started using check-in policies was to enforce associated… Read More »Visual Studio Online Check-In Policies