Tag Archives: SQL in the City

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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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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Join Me Online Next Week for SQL in the City

It’s one week to SQL in the City 2017, once again streamed. I’ll be traveling this weekend to the Redgate office and getting setup. After two days of rehearsing, I’ll be ready for the live broadcast Dec 13. Here’s a … Continue reading

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SQL in the City 2017

It’s almost time for SQL in the City 2017, coming Dec 13, live from Cambridge, UK. I’ll be traveling over to England for the event, and you can stream it to your office live. Once again, we’ll be presenting the … Continue reading

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#ReadyRoll at #SQLintheCity

When Redgate purchased ReadyRoll a few years ago, I wasn’t sure this was a great idea. After all, SQL Source Control and DLM Automation work really well to bundle up changes in a VCS and easily deploy them. However, as … Continue reading

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Useful #SQLPrompt Tips

One of the tools that Redgate write is SQL Prompt. This might be my favorite product, and I’m constantly impressed by the improvements that the dev team releases. In fact, I’m also impressed by the rate at which they produce … Continue reading

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Watch the Manual DBA v Automated Deployment Challenge

At last year’s SQL in the City, I played the part of a manual DBA making changes and deploying those from development to test, staging, and production environments. Actually, I don’t think we went to production because I didn’t have … Continue reading

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SQL in the City 2016

It’s time for SQL in the City 2016 to start today. Actually, by the time some of you read this, we may already be underway. This year the event is being broadcast from the Redgate Software offices in Cambridge, UK. … Continue reading

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SQL in the City Prep

I’m at the Redgate Software offices this week. I come over to visit the company, my boss and our department, and talk to product development groups a few times a year. This time I’ve been mostly focused on the SQL … Continue reading

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Using ReadyRoll to Automate Database Migrations

I like ReadyRoll, and this week at SQL in the City 2017, I get to show some of the product off. I’ll be doing mostly demos and coding, live, with ReadyRoll, sending my code through from development to QA to … Continue reading

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