Webinar: Visual Studio for Database Professionals
Free Webinar from Catalyst Software Solutions
Database development is a common task for most developers. Unfortunately, the tools and practices implemented in most organizations make collaborating on database development next to impossible. Microsoft recognized the need for a set of tools that allowed developers to easily design, develop, and test database schemas and code offline before releasing to production. Come learn how database development can be a collaborative, testable and deployable experience using Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Professionals Edition.
Microsoft released Visual Studio Team System 2008 Database Edition earlier this year. Since releasing the Database Edition, Microsoft has recognized that most developers, not just DBAs spend time working with databases. Since then, they have incorporated the Database Edition into the Visual Studio Team System for Developers SKU allowing developers to take advantage of these great tools.
This webinar introduces Visual Studio for Database Professionals to a developer audience and demonstrates key features that make this an essential tool when working with any database, particularly with regards to operating with source control and handling deployment to multiple environments.
11:00 PT, 1:00 CT, 2:00 ET
1 hour duration
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Catalyst Software Solutions
Focused on emerging Microsoft technologies for over 8 years, Josh is a luminary in the Chicago area – a presenter of note at many user group events on new technology topics. Josh is focused on rich internet application development with Silverlight, rapid application development techniques using ADO.NET Dynamic Data, and overall development process excellence with Visual Studio Team System and Team Foundation Server. At Catalyst Software Solutions, Josh contributes his expertise on all things .NET in the business development and delivery processes in the Custom Solution Development practice as a Senior Solution Architect. MCSD, MCDBA, MCPD