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You Always Have a Software Pipeline

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If you build software for customers, you have a pipeline. It might not be good, but you have one. Steve recommends you work to make sure this is a repeatable, reliable pipeline.

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2023-10-13

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How do you develop and deploy your database?

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Could you spare 3 minutes to do us a quick favor? Redgate’s running this short survey on how our readers develop and deploy databases. It’s just 12 multiple choice questions, so if you’ve got a couple of minutes to spare, we’d love to hear from you.

2015-02-26 (first published: )

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Fast Project Rollbacks

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When a project is completed, one of the next steps is to roll this project out to the production environment. However a good rollback process is important to ensure that you can remove those changes if there are problems. Longtime author David Poole talks about how he handles this.

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2008-10-22

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Query Execution Modes

What are the two distinct processing modes that the SQL Server Database Engine can use to process T-SQL statements?

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