Azure Data Studio

Editor Tips and Tricks for Azure Data Studio

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Azure Data Studio (ADS) is a lightweight IDE built on Visual Studio Code. I've written a few articles on how ADS works, shown here: Getting Started with Azure Data Studio Getting Comfortable Writing Code in Azure Data Studio Using Notebooks in Azure Data Studio Using Azure Data Studio with TFVC Using Azure Data Studio with […]

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2020-09-30

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Azure Data Studio and Deployment Notebooks

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Azure Data Studio (ADS) is a cross-platform tool that you can use to run T-SQL queries much as you have done using SQL Server Management Studio. No, the databases do not need to be hosted in Azure; the tool works fine for on-premises SQL Servers as well. I’ve started using ADS more as I teach […]

2020-03-21

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