Database Development with SQL Server Juneau

In the SQL Server “Denali” release, the SQL Server Developer Tools, code-named "Juneau", provide a brand-new developer experience for database developers by bringing a familiar Microsoft Visual Studio development paradigms to bear; debug, refactor and maintain your database declaratively. This session introduces you to the new tools and how you can leverage them to build, maintain and deploy your SQL Server and SQL Azure databases, standalone or inside a team environment. Come and learn about what these new tools are really is about, how declarative database development can help ease schema management and how it eases the integration between application and database developers.
Presented by Gert Drapers at SQLBits IX
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    Gert Drapers is the Principal Group Program Manager for Project Juneau, the next version of SQL Server developer tooling shipping as part of SQL Server “Denali”. Gert's history with SQL Server dates all the way back to 1988. In 1996 he joined the SQL Server 7.0 engine team as a developer and since then has worked in many different roles, on many different things directly or indirectly related to SQL Server. Most prominent contributions are: SQL Query Analyzer, SQL Agent, SMO, DTS, System.Transactions, MS-DTC and XPSMTP.  In July of 2005 Gert started the “DataDude” project which led to the creating of Visual Studio Team System Database Edition, from there on it is all history…
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