Managing and Deploying SQL Scripts
Managing SQL scripts has always been a point of discussion in every other organization. The way SQL scripts are being managed/version-ed directly effects the product release. A SQL object goes through many modifications at the development and testing levels before its ready to be moved to production environment. Keeping track of all the changes made to a procedure or table and identifying the version which is to be moved to production is of very importance. In this session I will demonstrate a simple way to achieve the same without using any of the paid tools.
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Ahmad Osama is a MCP Database Administrator/Developer, an avid gamer and a chicken lover. Ahmad started his career in the sales industry working as database executive; responsible for report writing, application development and basic database administration. In 2008 he joined World Fashion Exchange as Database Administrator. While in this role he focused on troubleshooting and performance tuning. In 2010 he joined The Perfect Future Technologies and has been awarded as best new comer and expert of the year working as database administrator on one of largest political database in the world. Ahmad has experience in database administration, SSIS, performance tuning, VLDBs and web development. When not working on SQL Server, he can be found glued to his Xbox.
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