Build automation is a powerful tool to help streamline your development. I want to challenge the notion that build automation should be done on the CI servers away from where the actual development is being done and instead entertain the idea that producing deliverables should be easily automated, be it on a CI server or on developers' machines, thus reducing the development feedback loop. We'll talk about existing and standardized approaches to automating builds, take a look at some existing tools and build automation systems and then build a tool that implements some of the discussed practices.
I am an innovative software engineer with close to a decade of professional experience in software design and development. I thrive in a team environment and love solving complex problems. I have extensive knowledge and understanding of the .NET ecosystem including strong experience in Microsoft Azure.
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