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AdventureworksCI Step 5 Adding tSQLt to the solution

This is part of a series on how to take the Adventureworks database and bring it in line with modern...

AdventureworksCI Step 4 Pushing to GitHub

This is part of a series on how to take the Adventureworks database and bring it in line with modern...

AdventureworksCI Step 3 Handling data with SSDT

This is part of a series on how to take the Adventureworks database and bring it in line with modern...

AdventureWorksCI Step 2 From MDF to Dot Sql Files

This is part of a series on how to take the Adventureworks database and bring it in line with modern...

AdventureWorksCI Step 1 planning

This is part of a series on how to take the Adventureworks database and bring it inline with modern ...

A reference implementation of a continuous integration pipeline for legacy SQL Server databases

What am I doing? Creating a publically available version of the adventureworks 2012 oltp database bu...