For a couple of years now, I’ve been using C# Make to configure my builds. Also, at my company, we use FAKE in some projects. One of the projects has been using it more and more over the last two years. FAKE is really great and I love using it, but there is one problem with it: most C# developers don’t really like to use new things. The worst case scenario for most C# developers – it seems – is a new tool, that uses an exotic language like F#.
This is why I have to maintain the FAKE build scripts since I introduced FAKE to the team.