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SQL Support for OSS Projects

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We recently blogged about two new open source websites, OSS Zero to Sixty and OSSPerks. Set up by Nik and Anthony, founders of Glimpse, they’re two sites dedicated to helping anyone looking for help, tips, resources and tooling for open source projects. Since then, we’ve heard about all sorts of exciting things the open source … Read more
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The emergence of Atlassian’s Bamboo (and a free SQL Source Control license offer!)

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The rise in demand for database continuous integration has forced me to skill-up in various new tools and technologies, particularly build servers. We have been using JetBrain’s TeamCity here at Red Gate for a couple of years now, having replaced the ageing CruiseControl.NET, so it was a natural choice for us to use this for … Read more
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SQL Server source control from Visual Studio

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Note: SQL Connect has been discontinued. For easier SQL Server development in Visual Studio, check out ReadyRoll and Redgate’s SSDT Power Tools. Developers have long since had to context switch between two IDEs, Visual Studio for application code development and SQL Server Management Studio for database development. While this is accepted, especially given the richness … Read more
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How the "migrations" approach makes database continuous integration possible

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Testing a database upgrade script as part of a continuous integration process will only work if there is an easy way to automate the generation of the upgrade scripts. There are two common approaches to managing upgrade scripts. The first is to maintain a set of scripts as-you-go-along. Many SQL developers I’ve encountered will store … Read more
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What is Database Continuous Integration?

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Although not everyone is practicing continuous integration, many have at least heard of the concept. A recent poll on www.simple-talk.com indicates that 40% of respondents are employing the technique. It is widely accepted that the earlier issues are identified in the development process, the lower the cost to the development process. The worst case scenario, … Read more
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