Microsoft released SQL Server Data Tools (SSDT) along with SQL Server 2012 in the Spring of 2012. Since then I’ve noticed an upward tick in both the number of organisations that are using SSDT and the number of questions that are getting asked about it on forums. There is some confusion about what SSDT actually is (Microsoft hasn’t helped there), why people should be using SSDT and, most importantly, how to make best use of it.
Its clear that people want to learn more about SSDT so I have joined forces with Technitrain to offer a 2–day training course, in London, in March 2014 called Introduction to SQL Server Data Tools
The course will cover:
- SSDT Positioning
- IDE Tour
- Connected Database Development
- Declarative, offline, database development
- Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment
- Data Publishing
- Database unit testing
- References and composite projects
- Database Drift
- Code analysis
If this sounds like your bag then please sign up on the Technitrain website.