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SQL in the City 2019 in London

We’ve started setting up our SQL in the City Summits for 2019 and the first one is London on April 30. I’m going to start making my plans now and hope to see some of you there. We’re still finalizing … Continue reading

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Do You Have a SQL Server Estate?

At Redgate, we do a lot of research. Maybe not as much as Microsoft Research, but we are always trying to investigate more about customer problems and challenges before we build or change software. Take our survey on SQL Server … Continue reading

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Don’t Leave the Database Behind…Or Win If You Do

If you’ve had struggles with database development and had a real world disaster, you could win in a new Redgate contest. We’re looking for the places where old style, waterfall, traditional database development has been a problem. Especially when application … Continue reading

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Adding Objects to our SCA Project

In my last post, I started out with a new SCA project, getting a connection to my database up and running. Now, let’s start the new project by adding some objects. Adding Objects I’m going to start with a couple … Continue reading

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