Andy Leonard

  • Interests: SQL Server, Integration Services, Managing Technical Teams, Faith, Family, Farming.

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An Example of Test-Driven Development

Developing a database can be an trying experience, and it's ways good to see how someone else builds a design. In this new article, MVP Andy Leonard shows us how to build a database using test-driven development for a weather database.

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LOGON Trigger Count

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