There is no clean (database) development without Version Control

I was surprised when I did a bit of research for this current blog article and learned that SCCS, the first system for Version Control, was invented in 1972. That was 45 years ago. I wasn’t even born.

But even today, after such a long time, there are projects – especially database projects – which are not under version control. I myself remember several projects I worked on (or even was responsible for, shame on me) which were not under Version Control at all or at least the database part wasn’t. So why is this and what can we do against it?

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