Hillsborough User Group Meeting: Miguel Cebollero presents Raise the roof of your SQL Code using Visual Studio 2012 Database Projects

Tampa, United States

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TSQL database development has traditionally been a manually intensive and and error prone activity. VS2012 Database projects brings about several new features that have evolved the way we work with TSQL code. Some of the features are minor, but others are game changers in the way we deploy, debug and test our code. This session will go through features of how to setup database projects, how to use some of the transformative features and more importantly, how you begin migrating your current environments into Database Projects without halting all of your current work.

Miguel Cebollero is the Database Manager of a team of highly skilled database professionals at eClarifire in St. Petersburg, FL. He has been working with SQL Server since version 6.5. During that time he has had the opportunity to lead DBA teams, architect database solutions, administrator and develop mission critical systems in reverse logistics, telecommunications, health insurance, legal, professional sports, payroll and banking industries. Miguel is a former chapter leader of the Triad SQL Server User Group in North Carolina. Today he lives in the Tampa Bay area with his wife, two children and their dog Petie.


Food and drinks will be provided by Veredus. As usual there will be SWAG at the end of the meeting.

Our meetings are free and open to the public. The doors open at 6:00 pm and food arrives shortly after that allowing time to grab something to eat and networking with your peers. This is a secure building so you will need to check in with the guard before proceeding upstairs. The meeting will start at 6:30 with announcements and open floor discussions followed by the speaker for the night.

Please plan on joining us for the meeting after the meeting where we can network in a more casual environment.