Richard Mitchell

Richard Mitchell founded Cherry Safe Software Ltd which is an Azure hosted backup solution. Previously he worked for Redgate Software as a project manager and dev and is responsible for many sins. When not working he messes about with 3D printers and hitting things with hammers.

12 November 2007
12 November 2007

SQL Data Compare 6 API

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OK I admit it. During the development of SQL Data Compare 6 in order to get the product out on time we had to sacrifice doing the SQL Toolkit 6 help ( it didn’t involve chickens). So I thought I’d write a little bit to get you started on the v6 stuff as it seems … Read more
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21 September 2007
21 September 2007

iPodtastic

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Just to let you know that we’re contacting the people who’ve helped out with the SQL Data Compare 6 Alpha and are in the process of getting your likkle iPods to you as I speak. Thanks to everybody who helped out, the release is looking really good now, we’re just doing a few last bug … Read more
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13 September 2007
13 September 2007

What’s in a name?

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Until recently I wouldn’t have said much. I’m talking about software release names rather than personal names – I quite like my name, it was the name my Grandad on my dads side who died when my dad was still quite young. But apart from that, I’m talking about the terms that seems to be … Read more
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03 April 2007
03 April 2007

That makes a lot more sense now

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I’ll admit it, I never really got the yield statement in C# before today. However there’s a very good article I’ve just read on msdn that takes you through it step-by-step. It’s certainly an interesting read and with luck will help you out when you really really need it. Have a look…http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vcsharp/bb264519.aspx On an aside, … Read more
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05 February 2007
05 February 2007

ANTS Profiler 3 BETA

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As some of you who have been reading my blog know we’re working on the next version of ANTS Profiler for all you lovely people. As part of our product development we normally release a beta so that people can use it in their environment and get back to us with any issues that they … Read more
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11 December 2006
11 December 2006

The good life

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It’s amazing just how easy programming is nowadays. For the past 2 years-ish I’ve been working almost exclusively in C# and I forgot quite how much of a pain it can be when you have to code in C++ for a while. You have to remember all these little things like include paths, linking options, … Read more
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