An adventure on SQL Server performance and features

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SQL Notebooks: On the right track to enhance Data Analysis on SQL Server

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Since about a couple of versions ago, Azure Data Studio introduced Jupyter Notebooks support for SQL Server (and with SQL Server 2019 “Big Data Clusters” on the horizon, it was about time) What are Notebooks? “Notebooks” are a tool that our data science/machine learning colleagues know, love and are at their disposal since some time (Python, Spark, etc…); A notebook...

How to Show Better Execution Plans in Azure Data Studio

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Azure Data Studio is starting to mature and some neat features are coming to the vscode-based (and now multidatabase and multiplatform) tool. We got query plans in the app since some time, but to be frank they’re not very pretty and have some issues with dark themes: Phantom Lines in plans with Dark Theme The new way Phil Scott built the Queryplan.show extension for Azure Data Studio, which...

An adventure on SQL Server performance and features

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