Monthly Archives: August 2020

Microservices

Recently I wrote about software trends from 2019 and how applicable they might be today. One of those was microservices, which I don’t see implemented that often with relational databases. I do see developers wanting to use them, but I … Continue reading

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Daily Coping 27 Aug 2020

I started to add a daily coping tip to the SQLServerCentral newsletter and to the Community Circle, which is helping me deal with the issues in the world. I’m adding my responses for each day here. Today’s tip is to … Continue reading

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Exchanging Schemas with SQL Compare Snapshots

Recently I was working with a customer and they asked if they could somehow package up their schema without the data and send this to a colleague. Absolutely, and that’s one reason we have SQL Compare snapshots. Here’s a quick … Continue reading

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Better Government Security Through DevOps

Most teams building software seem to go a little too fast to ensure their code is both secure and of high quality. I don’t think it really  matters whether you are working in a waterfall process, agile, lean, or any … Continue reading

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