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Basil Bourque

Me, Myself, & I

Works with micro-startups & small teams to build niche software, typically database-backed desktop-style enterprise-oriented web apps running server-side in pure Java on the Vaadin framework.

Previously worked in long-term client engagements building in-house custom-crafted departmental database apps for cost accounting, business operations, and workflow.

Also spent a couple years as a trainer teaching software development (database, business logic, and user-interface) to developers both novice and expert in week-long seminars.

Hobbies include extreme dog-walking and welding bird-cages. And spending way too much time on Stack Overflow (user:642706).

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Introduction to Flyway, the open-source tool for migrating your database changes between your dev-test-QA-prod systems. Evolve your database schema easily and reliably across all your instances. Like version control for your code, but for your database. Every table added, every column altered, and every index created, all applied automatically as needed to each db instance.

If you manage the changes in the structure of your database with a rag-tag bunch of SQL scripts, a pile of emails, some shouts across the cube walls, luck, and desperate hope, then you may be interested in learning how to use Flyway or a similar tool to organize the process into a reliable, repeatable, testable, automated, and stress-free system.

http://www.FlywayDB.org/

Slides available in PDF document: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4-Q2BC0_vRNQmU4d1NqUnFiVUk

Date:
2017 August 12 13:20
Duration:
50 min
Room:
Willow
Conference:
PGConf Local: Seattle
Language:
Track:
dev
Difficulty:
Easy