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.
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.
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).
There are lots of other projects like this that are designed to aid in versioning and source control. I picked this one because I didn’t want to have just one project from BitBucket
So, this is why I don’t search BitBucket very often. There just isn’t enough there for me to bother with.
Next up: Google Code
This entry was posted by Wes Brown on December 2, 2013 at 9:30 am, and is filed under SQL Server, SQLServerPedia Syndication, Syndicated, Tools. Follow any responses to this post through RSS 2.0.Both comments and pings are currently closed.
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