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Using Source Control with BitBucket, Source Tree and Visual Studio - Part 1

Source Control is a concept that I had overlooked for several years.  As the sole developer for several companies over the years I did not see the need for source control mainly because I did not understand source control.  695 more words

BitBucket

Drop and Create all Foreign Keys The Elegant Way

Yesterday I posted a script that will drop all of the foreign keys in your database in a very inelegant, but super effective way. Today’s script is slightly more sophisticated in that you can print out the CREATE statements for the foreign keys before running the drop. 934 more words

T-SQL

Teaching Modern Development – The series – Part 6

Welcome back again to this series about teaching modern development. This session will be very different from the more technical ones and might remind you of the firsts when we covered some of Visual Studio features. 2,981 more words

Course

Delete all Foreign Keys The Brute Force Way

Before I get into this, I’m hoping that you’re aware that deleting foreign key constraints is a bad idea, and unless you have a good reason to do so, or at least have the ability to re-apply them, then leave them be. 106 more words

T-SQL

TFS: Get And Modify Included And Excluded Pending Changes in Visual Studio

In this post on Stack Overflow, I posted code that allows access to the included/excluded pending changes that the user can modify via the “Pending Changes” tab on the Visual Studio Team Explorer. 619 more words

Visual Studio

VBA and Git

We all know that we should be using source control, but many of us don’t. For those of us working with Visual Basic for Applications, our excuse is often, “I can’t. 940 more words

VBA