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Founded Full City Tech to leverage his expertise to help companies rapidly deliver high quality software to delight customers.
Gary Ewan Park
Developer on the .Net Platform for almost 9 years, contributes to Chocolatey, Boxstarter, Cake, psake and GitVersion.
Managing partner and CEO of Clear Measure, recognized Microsoft MVP for 10 consecutive years, and a frequent speaker at national conferences.
TeamCity development team
Ideally, the plugin you develop should be good for something. The more people and teams we think will find your plugin useful, the better we'll like it.
Creativity and Elegance
Innovative thinking and coding that pushes the envelope really turns us on. You'll get points for novel, interesting or groundbreaking solutions.
Your plugin should attempt to solve a specific problem and you should solve that problem as completely as possible. Don't leave obvious holes in functionality.
Code quality and documentation
Your code should be readable, self-evident, properly documented, and easy to maintain.
Your contest submission should be a plugin for TeamCity, compliant at least with TeamCity 10.0.
All plugins must be contributed under a BSD, MIT or Apache open source license.
You may submit an entirely new plugin, or one that already exists in the list of TeamCity plugins. For an existing plugin, you should extend its functionality, and your entry will be judged solely on the new functionality.
All plugins are judged based on the functionality added since the Plugin Contest start date.
A participant may submit multiple plugins. They will be judged as separate entries.
The results will be announced on December 15, 2016 in the TeamCity blog and on twitter.