Tag Archives: version control

Easily Repeating Work

I love this idea from Ken Fisher: saving your work. I don’t act as a DBA anymore, but when I did, I did something similar. We often logged the scripts we used in a file,  as a part of a … Continue reading

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A Version Control Primer for Databases

This is a talk for database people that might not be familiar with version control and how it can be used with database code. Abstract: With modern DevOps software development, there is a need for the database code to be … Continue reading

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A New Git Default Branch

I learned a new trick from Andrew Pruski. In a blog on avoiding PowerPoint, he had htis neat trick: git config –global init.defaultBranch main Apparently, this is a new setting in git v2.28. This allows you to set a default … Continue reading

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Git Tricks–Getting a New Remote Branch–#SQLNewBlogger

Another post for me that is simple and hopefully serves as an example for people trying to get blogging as #SQLNewBloggers. This is probably more for me than anyone, but as I’ve been working in more team demos, I find … Continue reading

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