Tag Archives: VCS

A Good Reason to use a VCS

Imagine that you have some important year end procedures in your SQL Server database. Or maybe you have some important, but rarely run code. No matter what the circumstance, if this is a large amount of code, it might be … Continue reading

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Protecting Code

There are so many data breaches taking place, that it’s hard to keep track of them. While I rarely find my email in any of the breaches loaded into haveibeenpwned.com, I do see Mr. Hunt regularly loading more data sets … Continue reading

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SQL Source Control and Bitbucket–Getting Started

This is in response to someone asking about getting started with their database in SQL  Source Control and then hosting at BitBucket. I’m going to assume people can set up an account at Bitbucket and won’t cover that. Instead, this … Continue reading

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Git, GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket, What’s the difference?

I was watching Brent’s webcast session on GitHub recently. I’ve struggled to explain this to users in the past, and it’s always good to see what others do when they do similar sessions. You can watch Brent’s session, and I’ve … Continue reading

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