Chris Kempster

Chris has been working in the computer industry for around 8 years as an Application Development DBA. He began his career as an Oracle AP then moved into a DBA role using Oracle. From there he has specialised in DBA technical consulting with a focus to both Oracle and SQL Server. Chris has been actively involved with SQL Server since 1999 for a variety of clients and is currently working with a range of large scale internet based development projects.
Visit www.chriskempster.com for further information and his ebook titled "SQL Server 2k for the Oracle DBA".
  • Interests: Mt Biking, playing with my young kids, and IT

Example VSS Framework - Source Code Management - Part 1

We asked Chris to put together some information on how he uses VSS, a subject that comes up a lot as we have articles and discussions that involve change management. Change management isn't easy, you definitely need a pattern to work from. This two part article gives you a pattern you can start with and customize to your needs.

2003-07-07

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IIS 6 Map

Chris does a lot of work with IIS and based on that he put together this nice map showing how all the bits and pieces go together. No SQL here, but most of us deal with IIS so we thought it might be of interest.

2003-07-02

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