You might get this error while doing update-database -verbose via Package Manager Console:
No pending code-based migrations.
Applying automatic migration: 201310081433521_AutomaticMigration.
Automatic migration was not applied because it would result in data loss.
This error happens when your data model is not in synch with your database. There are two ways to fix this: The first approach is by adding/deleting the columns that you added/dropped manually to your table and then re-running update-database again. […]
“Some people want it to happen. Some wish it would happen. Others make it happen.” – Michael Jordan
I saw this post from Ted.com about Steve Job’s commencement speech at Stanford where he talked about 3 things that happened in his life and it made a real impression on me. Steve talked about the time when he was being adopted, when he dropped out of college to pursue other things, when he got fired […]
Want to learn what Agile product ownership means? Then checkout this video from Henrik Kniberg. It’s 2 days worth of learning squished to a 15 minute video and I must say it is very well-done. Definitely worth watching if you want to understand how to manage projects the “Agile way”.
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I saw this article in LinkedIn today by Tomasz Tunguz which talks about the effects of bad data: Each time I open Salesforce in my browser, I think of Steven Hawking. It’s because of an aphorism an entrepreneur shared with me a few weeks ago. He said: > The cost to fix a data error at […]