Tag Archives: Redgate

Virtual Data

Yesterday I republished an editorial from 2014 for the holiday. The topic was production subsets of data, which has been something that many data professionals have struggled with for years. Many of us have built scripts to delete, change, obfuscate, or alter … Continue reading

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Join me for Masking, Privacy, Protection, and Clones at SQL in the City Feb 28

Registration is open for SQL in the City 2018. Our first event is Feb 28 and I’ll be heading back to the UK for the event. This time Grant and Kathi will be there and we’ll be joined by the … Continue reading

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Moving Lookup Data with ReadyRoll

I’ve been using ReadyRoll for a small project and wanted to move some lookup data. There are some tables where I want to keep data in sync across environments, so if my build and release pipeline can do this, great. … Continue reading

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Surround Code with Comments in SQL Prompt

I work for Redgate and write about products. I’ve got a series of SQL Prompt posts here on little things I like. SQL Prompt might be my favorite tool.  SQL Prompt will be yours as well if you give it … Continue reading

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Managing SQL Prompt Code Analysis Rules

I work for Redgate and write about products. I’ve got a series of SQL Prompt posts here on little things I like. SQL Prompt might be my favorite tool.  SQL Prompt will be yours as well if you give it … Continue reading

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SQL in the City is coming Feb 28

The next edition of the SQL in the City broadcast is coming Feb 28, and I’m planning travel now to head back to the UK for the event. The schedule is up on the Redgate Hub Livestream page. This edition … Continue reading

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The GDPR Sky is Falling

David Poole wrote a nice summary of the GDPR regulations that come into force this spring in Europe. He covers a number of the sections, trying to provide a simple explanation of the potential issues from the perspective of a data … Continue reading

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AutoMap in SQL Compare

SQL Compare is a core product from Redgate and I’ve got a series on some of the interesting things I’ve found. Download a trial today if you haven’t tried it. SQL Compare does a great job of trying to help … Continue reading

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It’s Time for SQL in the City

Today is SQL in the City 2017. Once again we’re streaming the event online, live from Cambridge in the UK. I’ve flown over, along with Grant Fritchey and Kathi Kellenberger to entertain you for the day. We’ll be broadcasting at 11am … Continue reading

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Live on Channel 9 with ReadyRoll

I was interviewed in Redmond a couple months ago and the video was just published. I show and demo some database migration work with ReadyRoll in this video: https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Visual-Studio-Toolbox/Database-DevOps-with-RedGate-ReadyRoll/player

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