Posted in Azure Data Studio, SQL Notebooks

Troubleshooting Azure Data Studio

The TL;DR version of what you’re about to read is:

  • Azure Data Studio has log files that you can use to help you troubleshoot problems.

Why is this important to know? Because I’m always so proud of myself when I am able to figure out how to fix problems on my own.

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Posted in Azure Data Studio, Source Control

Azure Data Studio – Multiple Repos and Explorer

If you read my T-SQL Tuesday post from this month, I mentioned that I’ve been using Azure Data Studio on daily basis. One of the things that I find I use it for the most is for Source Control with Git. I’m incredibly surprised by this. Maybe it comes from years of using Management Studio and not being able to check in code from the tool that I’m using to write it. (Or maybe I’ve been able to do that all this time and no one told me…?)

As I’m using it, I found two things that have helped me out. So naturally, I thought I’d share.

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Posted in Azure Data Studio, SQL Server

Presenting with Azure Data Studio

I had the honor of being part of the first Data Platform Discovery Day event, held over two days – one for US and one for Europe. This was a virtual event designed for those who are new to the Microsoft Data Platform. I was honored that they picked me to present my “Back to the Basics: T-SQL 101” session.

I decided this was the perfect opportunity to play around more with SQL Notebooks in Azure Data Studio (ADS). I didn’t give myself a lot of time to get ready – just a couple of days.

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