NxtGenUG Oxford - CI Factory talk

Thanks to all who attended the NxtGenUG Oxford meeting last night, always good to see a different user group in operation.  Apologies for not achieving the promised 20 minutes to create a CI server from a completely clean Win2003 server installation - but 26 minutes isn't too shoddy.

As promised you can download the slidedeck for my CI Factory talk from here.  Make sure you view it with the speaker notes as they give all the background information.  On the 'Demonstration' slide the notes include the exact steps and installation list for creating that CI server in 26 minutes.

And finally, thanks to Barry Dorrans for ferrying me to and from Didcot Parkway station (and providing a Hot Wax chilli seedling) as well as Research Machines for providing the factilities for the evening.


P.S. In the demonstration I used a full .NET 3.5 redistributable package to install the .NET SDK without requiring an internet connection.  Thanks to the articles on Aaron Stebner's WebLog and Bret Grinslade blog I idenitified the correct package to download.  The full package also arrived this week on MSDN CD 2426.29 (grey).

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