Skip to content

Month: April 2022

T-SQL Tuesday #149: T-SQL Advice you’d give your younger self

T-SQL Tuesday is the brainchild of Adam Machanic (blog). Currently, Steve Jones (blog, Twitter) is maintaining this amazing initiative. This month’s topic has been chosen by Camila Henrique (blog ), “If you could give advice about T-SQL to your younger self what would you say? My advice to share To be fair, when I saw the T-SQL Tuesday invitation, my first thought was, hmm I wouldn’t know what to advise. So before I wrote this…

Getting started with Database Projects and Version Control

In my previous blog post (Creating your first Azure DevOps Project) I described how to create an Azure DevOps Project and explained what kind of configuration you might want to consider. In this blog post, we will focus on how to get started with Database Projects and how to get this into Source Control (Azure Repos). So together we will create our first Database Project, import our database into the project and push it to…

Creating your first Azure DevOps Project

Before you can setup an Azure DevOps Projects, you need to create a Azure DevOps account and organization. This setup is very easy and basic configuration can be done in a matter of minutes. For this blogpost, I will skip the organization setup and I will dive into Azure DevOps Project Setup straight away. When creating an Azure DevOps Project, there are a few considerations to make, do you want your project to be publicly…