In Redgate Change Control v3.0, you can now commit your database changes to your local Git repository and collaborate with your team by pushing and pulling changes from the remote Git repository. If you’re using branches, you can also create and switch Git branches from within Redgate Change Control.
Test data is hard to come by, and I agree with Brent Ozar: " I get so frustrated when I hear trainers/presenters/bloggers/idealists talk about how developers should be using purpose-built-from-scratch data sets with no real customer data in ’em. The real world just rarely works that way." I agree, and I know this is a […]
When we started SQLServerCentral, there were originally 7 of us. We all decided to "invest" $50 to get the site going. With this seed money, we paid for a VM that hosted both SQL Server and IIS. This was enough money to run the site for 6+ months, and we set about building an online […]
A script to drive SQL Compare for building upgrade scripts.
This whitepaper explores the differences between the approaches, state based or migrations based, and how Redgate tools can help.