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Using SQL Compare in database-driven website development

, 7 Jan 2007
Richard Mitchell and Steven Davidson, the developers on the project, describe how they used Red Gate's database schema-comparison tool, SQL Compare, as an integral part of their project environment when overhauling Red Gate's ASP.NET based website

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Richard Mitchell
Software Developer (Senior) Red Gate Software Ltd
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Developer, manager and marketing idiot. I've been working at Red Gate since 2005 on products as diverse as Red Gate Cloud Services, SQL Data Compare and ANTS Performance Profiler. I do a lot of DIY and home-brew because there's only so much time I can stare at a monitor.
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