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John Sedlak
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It's like a post-modernist portal.
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I use it and like it very much. 
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Great tunes for the studio! :)
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Just working on some new ideas... not sure if it will go anywhere (as always) but it's a fun experiment. All of this, of course, is doable.
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Here is a question I have yet to find a good answer for: What is your tactic for versioning a project's database/schema, especially with EF CodeFirst?

In my last big ASP.NET/EF project I used a temporary local database (not included in the source control) until I launched. This meant that each programmer always had the latest schema. I wanted a "Hit F5 and go" sort of experience and this gave me just that. 

Once the site was launched I locked in a local database and manually wrote upgrade scripts to make sure I could quickly update the production database when pushing a change. It felt wrong at best - I had hoped there would be an automatic way of doing this, but have yet to find one.

I suppose many will suggest the 'Migrations' part of EF, but I don't think this solution is automatic, though I admit I have not looked farther into it than a few blog posts. Regardless, it looks like you're just moving the authoring of SQL scripts into .NET.

Any ideas?
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+Scott Hanselman This is the type of thing I've been looking for too, must check out how good it is when the database is full of data!
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Such great coding music. Going to fit right in on my Diablo 3 playlist too!
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  • GFI Software
    Sitecore Architect / Lead Developer, 2013 - present
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    Mobile App Developer, 2012 - 2013
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