SQL PROMPT

SQL Server Intellisense VS. Red Gate SQL Prompt

  • Article

Fabiano Amorim is hooked on today's Integrated Development Environments with built-in Intellisense, so he looked forward keenly to SQL Server 2008's native intellisense. He was disappointed at how it turned out, so turned instead to SQL Prompt. Fabiano explains why he prefers to SQL Prompt, why he reckons it fits in with the way that database developers work, and goes on to describe some of the features he'd like to see in it

2010-04-09

4,030 reads

Blogs

T-SQL Tuesday #129 – Let’s Build a Time Capsule

By

It is time for another T-SQL Tuesday! Thank you Tamera Clark (t|b) for hosting...

T-SQL Tuesday #129 – Let’s Build a Time Capsule

By

It is time for another T-SQL Tuesday! Thank you Tamera Clark (t|b) for hosting...

T-SQL Tuesday #129 – Let’s Build a Time Capsule

By

It is time for another T-SQL Tuesday! Thank you Tamera Clark (t|b) for hosting...

Read the latest Blogs

Forums

Filtering the Dataframe in Python

By Steve Jones - SSC Editor

Comments posted to this topic are about the item Filtering the Dataframe in Python

Desktop or Laptop for Remote Work

By Steve Jones - SSC Editor

Comments posted to this topic are about the item Desktop or Laptop for Remote...

Stairway to DAX and Power BI - Level 14: DAX CALCULATE() Function: The Basics

By Bill Pearson

Comments posted to this topic are about the item Stairway to DAX and Power...

Visit the forum

Ask SSC

SQL Server Q&A from the SQLServerCentral community

Get answers