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Month: November 2022

Speaking @ SQL Saturday MN

I’m very happy to share that I will be delivering my session about “Improving Team Collaboration using Database Projects & Azure DevOps” at SQL Saturday MN. During this session, I will first be explaining what went wrong in the past for me, during the main part of the session, I will be showing how to get started, where the challenges will be and how I would overcome these challenges. When? Saturday, December 3rd, 2022 Where?…

Database Projects – Deploying Changes

In a previous blog post (Database Projects – Merging changes), we successfully merged our feature branch into our development branch. Now, as a final step in our development process, we want to get our changes deployed to our development environment. In this blog post, we will go through the process step by step to execute a manual deployment. We will take a look at what happens behind the scenes, how deployment works and we also…

Database Projects – Merging changes

In my previous blog post (Database Projects – Making Changes), we successfully executed our first development task in a feature branch. To get our changes to the development environment, we will need to execute a couple of steps which are called merging. Quick Overview What is merging exactly? Merging by example Lessons Learned What is merging exactly? When you start development, you create a feature branch, which is a living copy of your main branch…

T-SQL Tuesday #156 – Production Grade Code

T-SQL Tuesday is the brainchild of Adam Machanic (blog). Steve Jones (blog, Twitter) is currently maintaining this fantastic initiative. This month’s topic has been chosen by Tom Jones (blog, Twitter), “Which quality makes code production grade?“ My Contribution When I first thought about this topic, I didn’t have any clue what to write… Then, I started to think about what I’m always doing while I’m developing and eventually before I publish the code to production.…

#NewStarNovember – My first speaking engagement

A couple of months ago, June 2022 to be exact, I gave my very first session at DataGrillen. A couple of years ago, after attending a couple of conferences/ events, I knew I wanted to do something for the community. At first, I wasn’t really thinking about becoming a public speaker, but more about contributing to events in the background. Back then, I knew a couple of people involved with the dataMinds user group. After…