My first project at Atomic was a C#-based web application using Visual Studio. As time passed, I became familiar with many of the shortcuts and tools that Visual Studio provides to help with common development tasks. Whenever there was a section of code that I didn’t quite understand, I would use the debugging tools to my advantage.
The application relied quite heavily on stored procedures, which I was used to writing within SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS). Unfortunately, SSMS doesn’t provide many tools to help with writing complex stored procedures. Not having much SQL experience beyond basic
UPDATE statements, I decided to use Visual Studio’s tools to help me out.
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