Good news, everybody – the long-overdue release of DbFit 2.0.0 is finally here. As always, the ZIP archive can be downloaded from the DbFit homepage.
This release is identical to the
2.0.0-RC5 release, which hasn’t had any show-stopping bugs raised against it for several months now; you can learn more about it in the release notes.
I’m aware that there’s a significant number of changes that are sitting unreleased on the
master branch – my plan is to release
2.1 with those changes as soon as possible. From
2.0 onwards, we will try to stick to smaller, more frequent releases and adopt semantic versioning, so that it’s clearer how much has changed between the releases.
I am pleased to announce the release of DbFit 2.0.0 RC5 – it’s been a while since the last release. The ZIP archive can be downloaded from the DbFit homepage.
- Support for encrypting database passwords – if you are working in an environment where you aren’t allowed to store database passwords in plaintext, you may wish to use the
encryptutility that ships with DbFit to encrypt the password.
- Oracle: support for the BOOLEAN data type
As always, there’s a whole host of minor improvements and bugfixes. You can find all the details on the “What’s new” page.
A big thanks goes to:
- Christian Krämer for more behind-the-scenes project patches
- @anaclcastro for improvements to Oracle adapter logging
David Anderson, the “father” of Kanban Method, has visited Bulgaria this year to give a course: “Kanban: Optimize success training” by David Anderson and Teodora Bozheva on 20 – 21 March, 2013 in Sofia, Bulgaria.
He also gave an open lecture in the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Sofia University on 19th March.
I’m glad I managed to attend both the lecture and the training. While I had read the Kanbank book before that – I still learned a lot and I had useful insights.
OpenFest is annual conference, dedicated to the free software, free culture and free knowledge sharing – gala days of fans, creators, supporters of the open source software in Bulgaria.
This is my first post here – just to kick off this blog.