Archive for December, 2013
Codeplex is probably the best source for Microsoft focused projects. You will find a lot more than just base SQL Server bits. Codeplex covers a large range of technologies and also covers pretty much every aspect of SQL Server. Codeplex isn’t as old as SourceForge so if you do find a project that has been abandoned it may not be too old to use or may be easier to update. When Codeplex finally added git support they on me over in a big bad way. The search feature is a bit simplistic but you still have some sorting and filtering options available to you.SQL Power More >
Google Code was very thin when it comes to SQL Server. I did find a few of interesting projects that may appeal to others as well as me. I will say there was a TON of use SQL Server with x programming language.Project RoundhousE
“Professional Database Versioning and Change Management”
RoundhousE is an automated database deployment (change management) system that allows you to use your current idioms and gain much more.
It seeks to solve both maintenance concerns and ease of deployment. We follow some of the same idioms as other database management systems (SQL More >
BitBucket was very thin when it comes to SQL Server. I did find a couple of interesting projects that may appeal to others as well as me.BonSQL
Turn any version of Microsoft SQL Server into a platform capable of acting just like MongoDB – only you get transactions and the ability to join with traditional relational data as well!
This is a nice example of using newer methods with our good ol’ SQL Server engine.DeploySQL
Scripts to auto-deploy SQL from SQL Server and to dump database objects to disk (so they can be searched or committed to source control).
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