Tag Archives: DevOps

Off to DevOps East

The travel countdown is down to 2 trips this year. The second to the last is this week, as I’m off to DevOps East, a conference in Orlando, FL that tries to bring together lots of DevOps experts and advocates … Continue reading

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DevOps Basics – Ignoring Files in Git

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. This is also a part of a basic series on git and how to use it. One of the … Continue reading

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All Day DevOps Slides

The conference will upload the slides to Slide Share at some point, but if you want to get them now, here are the slides from my talk: Including Database in DevOps – AllDayDevOps.pptx If you  have questions, drop a note … Continue reading

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Redgate at Summit 2017

I’ll be heading out to the PASS Summit next week, spending Halloween in a conference center with a lot of other geeks. I know some of you won’t make it, and we’ll miss you, but I understand. I’m meeting my … Continue reading

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All DevOps All Day

There is no shortage of webinar events taking place for technology professionals. From our monthly Redgate DevOps webinars to the GroupBy conference to PASS Virtual chapters, there’s a huge set of online events that you can attend and learn from. It’s gotten to the point … Continue reading

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All Day DevOps–A Free, Virtual Conference

All Day DevOps is coming on Oct 24. This is a 24 hour event, with 100 sessions live, online. You can register now and join in the event, watching from work, home, or even the train on your commute. The … Continue reading

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How Mature are you in Database DevOps?

I remember seeing the Carnegie Mellon Software Capability  Maturity Model (CMM) when I was in university. It was fascinating, and I was sure this was the way to write software. Across many jobs and many years, I realized that few … Continue reading

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I Will Write Bad Code

I’ll write bad code. I know it will happen. I’ll produce a bad query, incorrect logic, or the wrong data transformation being returned. This won’t be a malicious act. It might be because of ignorance, or perhaps just a simple … Continue reading

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DevOps Basics–Git Clients

This is also a part of a basic series on git and how to use it. There are lots of git clients. If you look at the top list for this year, you’ll see quite a few. I’ve used a … Continue reading

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Database Development Made Easy

I ran across this post on developing database with SSDT. It has a lot of steps, and reading through it, I find this to make some sense, but I’m not sure I think this is easy. I can see why developers … Continue reading

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