Month: February 2016

Beta release 1.2 of SchemaDrift – the database schema comparison tool

Today I released another beta release of SchemaDrift. Part of this release was some redesign of the main screen, as shown here. I had some great help from some of the beta testers, and there have been many bugs fixed and

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Sync your database with source control

SchemaDrift is a tool that I have created to compare the schema between two databases. It can also compare (and save) the schema to a directory in a file system. Point it to a directory in your source control system,

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The video shown here is entirely unsolicited feedback from a client that I had the opportunity of working with recently on a SQL Server performance assessment. Part of what I love about being in business for myself is being able to do

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SchemaDrift – Database Schema Differences – My Weekend Project

This weekend I had some spare time, so I started coding on a new project on Friday night. This project is something that I intend to include in the next release of Database Health Monitor. THis project allows users to

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