Tag Archives: version control

Should Production Databases Be in a VCS?

There was a great discussion recently on my true version of code editorial. It was interesting to see how some people viewed the idea of a version control system as the source of code, while others truly see the production SQL … Continue reading

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What is the True Version of Code?

As I’ve been working on more development tasks, I regularly hear from developers that a version control system (VCS) is the “true” version of our code. We should always look to a VCS for the actual code that we need … Continue reading

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Git Pull in SQL Source Control

I wrote recently on Git Push in SQL Source Control (SOC), and now wanted to add the other side of the story, pull. This process is even simpler. I’ll be working with a new database, one that has two client … Continue reading

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What is the DLM Maturity Model?

I’ve written a few posts on the Redgate Software blog to try and show how I see the DLM model, and how we see things at Redgate. We have a lot of developers that work in a similar way when … Continue reading

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