I’ve already spoken about source controlling database using Visual Studio Online and
Red-Gate SQL Source Control in this post. The described kind of approach brings a drawback, due to the nature of the plugin and VSO APIs: High latency when getting and syncing local database and workspaces.
Due to this problem, I’ve changed my settings when linking my databases, switching them from “
Team Foundation Server (TFS)” to “ Working folder“, as in the following picture:
Community Days 2014 are coming!
The event is totally free !
You fill find:
A very good agenda.
Three days of tech full immersion, dal 25 al 27 febbraio.
I’ll present my “
database under source control” session. My “mission” is to bring ALM knowledge on database side. I think that this topic is often underestimated.
here is the list of cummunities that will follow the event:
Click here for more info.
So, spread the word! hashtag: # CDays14
What are you waiting for?
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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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Put databases under source control ” slide deck is available here. The SQL Saturday – Verona event was a great success. Now we’re waiting for SQL Saturday in Ancona on 13th December. See you there!
Stay tuned 🙂
This year I will speak at
PASS SQL Saturday in Verona with a session based on database and source control management.
PASS SQLSaturday’s are free 1-day training events for SQL Server professionals that focus on local speakers,
providing a variety of high-quality technical sessions, and making it all happen through the efforts of volunteers.
Whether you’re attending a SQLSaturday or thinking about hosting your own, we think you’ll find it’s a
great way to spend a Saturday – or any day. “
I would like to share my experience in using
tools for database source control and continuous integration with
. So, I’ll wait for you all!