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Posted 4 Jan 2010

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
Chief Technology Officer
Australia Australia
Emigrated to Sydney, Australia in 2013 from Cape Town, South Africa, and have been writing commercial software since 1997.

Expertise includes MS SQL Server (7 till latest), C#, VB6, VB.NET, VBScript, JavaScript, ASP, HTML, WPF Angular, Windows Installer and InstallShield (multiple versions) and a partridge in a pear tree. MSBuild, CruiseControl.NET, TFS, Jenkins, TeamCity, ant and nant are all necessary sidelines. Have tinkered with Java and C++

Experienced with Enterprise level application design and deployment, as well as sizing and scaling high volume OLTP database designs up to tens of thousands of transactions per second and diagnosing application and database performance bottlenecks.

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