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  • DBA Code Reviews Done Dirt Cheap DBA Code Reviews Done Dirt Cheap Robert Davis Recorded: Apr 30 2014 79 mins
    Do you know what code is going into your production systems? How can you support something you haven't seen? Whether you currently do code reviews or think it might be a good practice to start doing, this session will help you make the most of the code review process. For DBAs, we'll cover key things to look for such as looking for potential problems. For developers, this will be insight for you into how DBAs think when reviewing your code so you have a better idea what to expect.
    •Learn what kind of things to look for when reviewing code
    •Gain insight into what to expect from a DBA when they review your code
    •Discover how to have an effective communication between DBA and developer
  • How to Capture Who Did What in Your SQL Server Databases How to Capture Who Did What in Your SQL Server Databases Andy Warren Recorded: Apr 30 2014 64 mins
    Have you ever needed to figure out who made a change or when a change was made? Or do you have requirements to log certain activities for compliance purposes?
    SQL Server has a range of tools to help you accomplish that. This presentation will show you how to use those tools, including Profiler/trace, the default trace, built in audit, the transaction log and DDL triggers, along with at least one interesting use case for each of them.
    At the end of this presentation you will have a good understanding of your options and when to use each of them

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