No More Disconnected SQL Development in Visual Studio

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 12 Apr 2012 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Some types of development work are much more effectively accomplished if the developer can work directly on SQL Server Databases from Visual Studio, alongside the application code, rather than constantly switching applications to SSMS. Until SQL Connect was created, there was no easy way to do this. Nate Suver had just this requirement, and explains why SQL Connect is so important to him....

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