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Insight into Microsoft Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals - Chris Birmele (Microsoft Australia)
Author: Jeff Wharton Date Posted: 21/03/2007 11:12:02 PM
Despite having the words Visual Studio in the title, this new product is designed not just for software developers but also for Database Administrators.

Microsoft Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals (aka Data Dude) is a product designed to fit SQL Server development into the overall development lifecycle. However, it also provides a set of features that can be utilised by the operational DBA including data generation, schema comparison and simplified renaming of objects.

In this session Chris will provide an overview of Data Dude and how it ties in with Visual Studio Team System. Chris will also discuss various features such as managing database schemas offline, generating test data and testing database objects and provide demo's on how to import database definitions, refactor database schema, create test database & generate data and create and execute unit tests against test DB.


Meet the Presenter

Chris Birmele is the Visual Studio Team System Technical Specialist (VSTS TS) for Microsoft Australia and New Zealand. In this role he is responsible for supporting the Microsoft Account teams and Partners in the introduction and adoption of Visual Studio Team System.

Chris brings over fourteen years of experience in the information technology industry to the role, including five years with Compuware Professional Services in Europe and Australia, Rational Software, IBM Software Group and for the last seventeen months at Microsoft. During this time Chris held various technical and sales roles.


Australian Computer Society

Did you know that if you are a member of the Australian Computer Society and looking to gain credit towards the Computer Professional Program, attending CSSUG earns you 1.5 PCP Points?

If you’re not a member, check out what the ACS has to offer at www.acs.org.au.

Venue: Canberra Microsoft Office, Level 2, 44 Sydney Avenue, BARTON, ACT | Duration Pizza & drinks from 5:00 pm for a 5:30 pm start. Finish approximately 7pm | On: Wednesday, 11 April 2007