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Continuous Integration for Databases with Visual Studio

, 23 Nov 2010
Provides a framework for predictably compiling, extracting, and deploying a database project.

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Adam Nachman
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Recently emigrated to Sydney, Australia from Cape Town, South Africa, and writing commercial software since 1997.
 
Expertise includes MS SQL Server (7, 2000, 2005, 2008), C#, VB6, VB.NET, VBScript, JavaScript, ASP, HTML, Windows Installer and InstallShield (multiple versions). MSBuild, CruiseControl.NET, TFS, TeamCity, ant and nant are all necessary sidelines. Have tinkered with Java and C++
 
Solid experience with Enterprise level application design and deployment, as well as sizing and scaling high volume OLTP database designs and diagnosing performance bottlenecks.

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