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Using Automated Tests to Raise Code Quality

Abstract Agile development practices can speed the development of applications and increase the rate at which you can deploy features for your customers. But unless you include a high level of test coverage in your code, these practices can also … Continue reading

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A Practical Approach to Version Control

Abstract Chances are, your team has several point-in-time backups for your databases. After all, they’re essential for recovering the system in an emergency. And, chances are, you’ve got a version control system (VCS) to provide the same capabilities for your … Continue reading

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Version Control for Databases

This is based on my Team Based Development with Version Control talk, which has evolved a bit. Abstract Getting your database under version control is ultimately a way of communicating changes and collaborating with team members, maintaining an audit trail … Continue reading

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Get Testing with tSQLt

tSQLt is a testing framework that is designed to help you write repeatable, isolated tests against your database code. In this session we will briefly examine the goals of testing, where it can be used in an automated deployment pipeline, … Continue reading

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