I am working with a team of 5 developers at a small company. There are 3 who work here and 2 work remotely. Currently, we are using Assembla with Trac for source control. We are working on a ASP.NET MVC web site. We are not hosting our production environment right now. I am setting up a BuildServer with Teamcity!! I have it working right now on my locally on my laptop. Should we host our own buildserver or pay some else?

Accepted Answer

TeamCity is pretty good for small shops such as yours. Hosting your own really shouldn't be bad in terms of setup and cost. As long as your remote colleagues can access it without issue and it fulfills your requirements, go for it.

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