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Toolbox: Data Snapshots, Subversion, Source Code Organization and More

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If you want to save, organize, and annotate snapshots of your database data, find an easy way to install and configure Subversion, and automate the organization of your source code, then you'll want to read more about these latest tools.

Scott Mitchell

MSDN Magazine August 2009

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