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Improving database development with SQL Source Control

By Press Release, (first published: 2010/08/05)

SQL Server Central Webinar Series # 1 – Improving database development with SQL Source Control

Thursday, August 19, 2010 5:00 PM - 5:45 PM BST

Steve Jones, SQL Server MVP will be your host and hand over to Stephanie Herr, Project Manager for SQL Source Control at Red Gate Software. See and learn how to manage database changes within SQL Server Management Studio. Find out how easy it is to source control your database so you can:

  • See who changed what, when, and why
  • Make complex changes without impacting others
  • Undo unwanted changes to get back to a good state

Join us for this short event and see how easy source control is to implement.

Regster today

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