Richard Pless

Richard
Pless

Richard Pless is the Director of Data Operations at Ovation Research Group where he oversees a team of Database Administrators. He has presented on numerous topics including text processing, application development, and analysis techniques.

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Visual SourceSafe
Microsoft Visual SourceSafe is a great tool to use to centrally manage file version control. It also helps to simplify common tasks such as code reviews, project management, source-code change auditing, and backups.
Defining VSS Roles and Processes

Here are some key decisions that the development team needs to make before the VSS administrator installs VSS and the development team begins a new project.

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