Tag Archives: Redgate

Cleaning up the [NOT] NULL for Columns with SQL Prompt 10

SQL Prompt 10 is out and there are a few interesting things that have changed in the product. One of these is the Quick Fixes, inspired by some other IDEs that help developers learn to fix their code. This post … Continue reading

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Data Masker Reads Column Classificiations

One of the newer features in Data Masker for SQL Server is the ability to read column classifications and suggest rules to clean the data. I decided to give this a try and see how things work. Importing Column Classifications … Continue reading

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The Redgate Way

Recently Matt Hilbert, from Redgate Software, wrote a piece on our blog about our journey to DevOps. It’s a great read, summing up some of the things that we’ve learned in our journey across the last decade. Matt is a … Continue reading

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Getting Started with SQL Prompt 10

This week we released SQL Prompt 10, which is an exciting milestone for us. I remember when I discovered this little gem for Database Weekly and sent it over to Redgate as something they might want to buy. They did … Continue reading

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