My “Unit testing with SQL Server” article is now online on SQLServerCentral.com. A big thanks goes to Steve Jones (
You can read it
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SQL Saturday Parma slide decks are available to download on SlideShare.
Concepts: ALM/DLM, team work, differences between code and databases.
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Recently I moved my job on ALM topics, focusing on Source Control Management and Testing, in order to reach Continuous Integration on database development. I evaluated some tools and
Red-Gate was my first choice. In this post I’d like to share the suggestions I made on two of the most important tool I’m using atm:
SQL Prompt (productivity tool for code formatting, intellisense, code inspection, etc.)
TODO highlights. I’d like to improve readability of TODO and HACK comments, like in the following picture:
SQL Test (addon for SQL Server Management Studio, unit testing utility)
“Expand/Collapse all” for avoiding clicks when you have lots of test procedures
for grouping tests logically and not with the strict database schema names
If you think that those suggestions could help us, feel free to vote!
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You can download the english version of my sessions at SQL Saturdays (on
SQL Saturday 257 in Verona: “
Put databases under source control”
SQL Saturday 264 in Ancona: “
Put databases in ALM backgrounds” (a special thanks to Gian Maria Ricci)
Stay Tuned! 🙂
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