Posts by
Matt Hilbert

Matt Hilbert is a technology writer at Red Gate with 20 years’ experience working for lots of the world’s biggest tech companies – and many of the smallest. He has a particular fascination for emerging technologies and is on a continuing mission to decompile, untangle, and explain techspeak to a wider audience, and excite people about the endless possibilities technology offers. You can find more of his articles at his blog, www.TheMidnightTypewriter.com

25 May 2017

25 May 2017

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy of Lost Time

For century upon century, scientists, academics and plain argumentative sods have been debating, shouting and occasionally bashing each other over the heads about one of the biggest questions the galaxy faces: what came first – the sloth or the Silmarillions? You’ve probably pondered the very same question and it’s one of the many monumental... Read more

22 March 2017

22 March 2017

Databases are the hidden bottleneck to DevOps, says Redgate

Databases are often excluded in the drive to adopt DevOps. In the excitement of developing applications more quickly by standardising and automating the production pipeline, the harder-to-change databases are much more difficult. “It’s the secret we don’t talk about,” said Tom Austin, pre-sales engineer at Redgate, speaking at the Computing DevOps Summit. Read more

7 March 2017

7 March 2017

Redgate extends DevOps to SQL Server databases with Microsoft Visual Studio 2017

Redgate has partnered with Microsoft to integrate Redgate Data Tools with Microsoft Visual Studio Enterprise 2017. The inclusion of ReadyRoll Core, SQL Prompt Core and SQL Search in the installer gives users the ability to extend DevOps processes to SQL Server databases out-of-the-box, and demonstrates that database DevOps is now moving into the mainstream.... Read more

7 March 2017

7 March 2017

Redgate Data Tools in Visual Studio 2017

Today during the Visual Studio launch event at Microsoft, we announced that we’ve partnered with Redgate to include Redgate Data Tools in Visual Studio 2017. Redgate Data Tools includes three components that extend DevOps practices to SQL Server and Azure SQL databases and increase your productivity while doing database development. Read more