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Did My Dev Changes Get to Production?

One of the things that people don’t think about often is whether the changes made in development actually get to production. Usually this is because most changes go, and unless it’s a big change that causes a problem for a … Continue reading

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Adding the ReadyRoll Extension in VSTS

As I’m doing a little development with ReadyRoll, I’m documenting some of the things I learn about the product. A few weeks ago I needed to do a demo with ReadyRoll for Redgate Software. I built a new project, and … Continue reading

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MeasureUp 2016

I’m heading down to Austin next weekend for MeasureUp 2016. This is a Microsoft stack conference that looks to help people build custom business software.  There are over 20 sessions, most of them devoted to .NET topics. I think I’m … Continue reading

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Starting ReadyRoll with an Existing DB

I’ve been working with ReadyRoll quite a bit the last few months, and wanted to start putting out some information. I’m looking to do a longer series, but here’s a quick post on getting started. When you install ReadyRoll, you … Continue reading

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