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Dave Green

Dave has worked with Microsoft SQL Server since version 7, and is currently employed as a Database Developer. His background includes working as a systems integrator, ETL specialist and DBA. Dave is an active member of SQL South West User Group, and occasionally presents or blogs about topics which interest him. When not facing a computer screen, he can be found sailing, or walking by the sea.

Ten Things I Wish I’d Known When I Started Using tSQLt and SQL Test

The open-source Unit Test framework tSQLt is a great way of writing unit tests in the same language as the one being tested. In retrospect, after using tSQLt for a while, what are the 'gotchas'; those things that you'd have been better off knowing about before you get started? David Green lists a few tips he wished he'd read beforehand. Read more...

Using SQL Test Database Unit Testing with TeamCity Continuous Integration

With database applications, the process of test and integration can be frustratingly slow because so much of it is based on manual processes. Everyone seems to agree that automation of the process provides the answer to accomodating shorter development cycles, but how, exactly? Dave Green describes a successful process that integrates third-party tools. Read more...

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