Published on December 19, 2016 by RedGate
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It has been a long established practice to keep maintain application code in version control. Versioning your application code allows you to view changes made by several developers working on the same project. It allows the team to get the latest changes in a consistent and reliable manner. It allows you to return your code to a prior state. It even acts as a safety net for when that day comes when your developer’s computer won’t turn on.

So, what about your SQL Objects?
In this demo heavy session we will explore the benefits of versioning your SQL Objects and learn how it can enable streamlined database development without sacrificing control and visibility. We’ll be using Redgate’s SQL Source Control tool for demos, and we’ll see how it integrates with your existing version control software to manage your SQL Objects just like application code.

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2 Comments on "Keeping your SQL Objects Safe In Development using SQL Source Control – Mickey Stuewe"

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Yuri L
Yuri L
9 months 15 days ago

It would be more beneficial if we could see the entire presentation screen (on that presentation board/TV that is) instead of just able to see the part or half of it. Suggestion – either split it horizontally, as e.g. Brent Ozar does it on his YouTube videos, or remove the presenter entirely from the screen after the introduction part. Content is important – is it not?Thanks.

Redgate Videos
Redgate Videos
9 months 3 days ago

Thanks for the feedback – agreed. You'll see the other videos in the SQL in the City streamed are done in that way. Sadly we didn't have the same video recording set-up from our Pasadena office. We'll strive for consistency next time and ensure we do an equal split with presenter/screen.