Archives: January 2013
If you are anything like me, by know you will have a few thousand digital images spread across multiple directories and heaven knows how many of those are duplicates!
Here’s a little powershell script I use to try and keep them in order, it recursively scans a directory (hardcoded to… Read more
As you may be aware, I have been running a lunch time user group ‘SQLLunch UK’ having
stolen drawn inspiration from Patrick Leblanc (t|b) ’s SQLLunch webcasts. These however are not traditional webcasts, as although we use remote speakers, to watch you have to get away… Read more
Late in December, one the long awaited portions of functionality inside SSDT was released to an eager public, that being unit testing. There has been a lot of noise generated about sql unit testing as a concept recently and hopefully you have decided that that is now the way to… Read more
As I'm sure I must have mentioned in the past, I’m presently involved in a large ALM project at a client. Part of this project is using Sql Server Data Tools (SSDT) to aid the developer experience and to establish the schema under source control as “The Truth”.
SSDT, has… Read more