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Next Meeting: Fri, Apr 28 2017

Git for the Data Professional

Language: English
Event Type: In-Person
Online Meeting URL: None
RSVPURL: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/git-for-the-data-professional-precon-tickets-33353108044

This is a full day pre-con for DBAs, database developers, and application developers that want to get started with storing their database schema in git. We will cover using git from the command line and with Visual Studio. We will be using github as our central repository, but we will discus other cloud and on premisis options for the primary repository. Our example application will be an ASP.NET MVC application and SQL Database whose schema will be managed by SSDT. Participants will be expected to have a laptop with either the community edition or professional edition of Visual Studio 2017, the latest CU of SQL Server 2016, Git for windows and Tortoise git. A github URL for the example application will be provided in advance. Attendees will be expected to have cloned the repo, compiled the application, and having it run locally.

When

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UTC : Fri, Apr 28 2017 12:30 - 20:30
Event Time : Fri, Apr 28 2017 08:30 - 16:30 Eastern Daylight Time
Your Local Time: Fri, Apr 28 2017 12:30 - 20:30

Where

1 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, New York

Direction: None

Featured Presentation

Git for the Data Professional

Speaker: Justin Dearing

Summary: This is a full day pre-con for DBAs, database developers, and application developers that want to get started with storing their database schema in git. We will cover using git from the command line and with Visual Studio. We will be using github as our central repository, but we will discus other cloud and on premisis options for the primary repository. Our example application will be an ASP.NET MVC application and SQL Database whose schema will be managed by SSDT. Participants will be expected to have a laptop with either the community edition or professional edition of Visual Studio 2017, the latest CU of SQL Server 2016, Git for windows and Tortoise git. A github URL for the example application will be provided in advance. Attendees will be expected to have cloned the repo, compiled the application, and having it run locally.

About Justin: Justin Dearing has been working in IT in 2002. He started as a night shift AS/400 operator and rose through the ranks at a series of companies. He currently works as a developer in the capital markets industry. Justin has served in both the development and production side of the house on Windows, Unix and Midrange Platforms. His database experience includes MongoDB, MySQL, Postgres and Microsoft SQL server. These days he programs in C#, PowerShell and PHP.

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