Red Gate archived news from 2004

News

Red Gate releases an update to SQL Bundle Developer Edition, which now includes command-line versions of SQL Compare, SQL Data Compare and SQL Packager.

Research by Red Gate's Neil Davidson and Simon Galbraith is mentioned in a book about website optimization by Andrew King.

Red Gate releases a major new version of ANTS Profiler which now includes memory profiling and the ability to take snapshots of your application.

SQL Compare wins a SQL Server Magazine Readers' Choice Award.

Neil Davidson has an article published, discussing how he overcame a problem with .NET when trying to write good code. Extending the save file dialog class in .NET, The Code Project.

Red Gate obtains exclusive distribution rights to the Best of SQLServerCentral.Com, Vol.1eBook, and is offering free downloads from their website.

Red Gate releases a new product, SQL Packager, for packaging schema and data in SQL Server so installation is much simpler.

Red Gate's Simon Galbraith has his opinion on return on investment (ROI) published: When ROI is Overkill, SD Times.

An update to SQL Bundle is released. SQL Compare scripts broken dependencies in correct order, and SQL Data Compare allows selection of individual records for migration.

Although .NET provides a number of quick and easy ways to serialize and deserialize data, do not use them. Neil Davidson explains why in this article: Nine reasons not to use serialization, The Code Project.

A slightly controversial article written by Red Gate's Neil Davidson is published: Mono and dotGNU: what's the point?, Slashdot.

Other news

Neil & Simon online
We've been independently verified as a great place to work! Find out about:

Current opportunities
Benefits
Culture
Recruitment process
Visit our rapid fire stackoverflow-style Q&A site for all things SQL Server. Ask questions, answer them, vote good answers up and bad ones down, build your reputation in badges.

Ask.SqlServerCentral.com
Visit our online technical journal and community hub for SQL Server, .NET and Exchange professionals.

Simple-Talk.com