James Anderson is a Data Engineer in Southampton, UK. He has been working with databases since 2008. The first and worst RDBMS he worked with was Paradox. He quickly moved to using T-SQL in SQL Server 2005 and has worked on every version of the product since. His work ranges from stand-alone systems for simple websites to multi terabyte HA environments that support thousands of sites across Europe. Each have their own challenges.

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Continuous Integration is a method of working with source control that is designed to ease the process of merging code. You will see how a CI approach to database development can reduce the time to go from an idea to production.