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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
Founder Cherry Safe Software Ltd
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I maintain and develop Cherry Safe Software which supports backup of Azure databases, blobs, tables and S3 objects. When not doing that I play around with 3D printers.

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