Carly Meichen

15 August 2016

Carly Meichen

15 August 2016

SQL Compare – why the UI?

Back in June, I shared the exciting news that SQL Compare 12 and SQL Data Compare 12 had been released to beta. It’s been a couple months and the good news is, both new versions are available as Frequent Updates. What we didn’t explain, though, is why we’re making the changes, and why we’re doing it now.... Read more

Annabel Bradford

4 August 2016

Annabel Bradford

4 August 2016

What could sponsorship add to your usergroup, meeting or event?

Ever since Redgate was founded, we’ve sponsored user groups and events because we think it’s important communities are able to get together to learn, connect, and develop. This year alone, we’ve already supported 126 leaders, providing sponsorship to help them host meetings for communities all over the world. Wherever they are, those user groups,... Read more

SQL in the City goes virtual

SQL in the City 2016 won’t be hosted in London or Seattle this year. Instead we’ll be coming to every location worldwide – virtually. Redgate has hundreds of thousands of customers across the globe, so we’ve decided to host a virtual event online this year to reach as many of you as we can... Read more

Is your SQL code covered?

No, it almost certainly isn’t. Besides, how would you know either way? Let me explain. Most modern software development today includes some form of automated testing. While comprehensive unit testing is still sorely lacking in many organizations, it’s often mitigated by other forms of automated testing conducted later on in the development cycle. Code... Read more