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Scripting Makes Mistakes Easier Than Ever

A number of you likely use Atlassian products like Jira, Confluence, Opsgenie, or something else. You might have been affected by a large outage they had (post incident blog, Company Q&A, TechRepublic report) recently which lasted at least 9 days. … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #125 Unit Testing

This month T-SQL Tuesday is hosted by Hamish Watson, quarantined down in New Zealand. Like me, he has a ranch, and kids, so he has space to move around a bit. Hamish is a DevOps and testing advocate, just like … Continue reading

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Code from Redgate Streamed

I presented a session today at Redgate Streamed and did a number of demos. The code consists of a few flies, which I’ve made available here: BasicUnitTesttsqlt.zip. This consists of: 00_tsqlt.sql – Creates a database and adds the tsqlt framework. … Continue reading

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Testing SQL in the Advent of Code

I like participating in the Advent of Code each year, though my participation often varies wildly as life gets in the way. Still, trying to solve some programming challenges is a good way of practicing your skills. If you’re competitive, … Continue reading

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