Database Change Management Using Team System 2008


Database Change Management Using Team System 2008

Ever make a bunch of changes to your database then lose track of what you’ve changed? Frustrated with trying to come up with consistent, “meaningful” test data to test your applications? Wish you could unit test your database? Ever forget to make a backup copy of your stored procedure before you made that one line change (that happens to crash the system)? Tired of feeling like you’re not part of the team? We’ll take a look at how Team System can help ease the pain of database development and change management.

 

Who should attend?

Developers who work with SQL Server, Application development managers, Database administrators

 

Host and Moderator

Jim Blizzard (http://snowstormlife.com) is the Developer Solution Specialist for Microsoft accounts in Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi, and is based out of Tampa, Florida. Jim worked previously for Microsoft Consulting Services in the application development space, focusing on web and smart client development, and was a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft, spreading the good news of .NET to the masses in the Pacific Northwest. He has been involved in application development for over 20 years.

 

Click here to Register Now!

Register by phone: 877-673-8368 and reference Event ID: 1032374482

Database Change Management Using Team System 2008

Date: Friday, April 11, 2008

Time: 10:00–12:00 EST

Location: Live Meeting

Phone:  888-458-9977

PARTICIPANT PASSCODE: 2901947

 


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