Vicky Harp joins Scott Hanselman to show how Azure Data Studio combined the simple and robust SQL query editing experience of tools like SSMS with the flexibility and collaboration of Jupyter Notebooks. The November 2019 release of Azure Data Studio included SQL Server 2019 Guide as a Jupyter Book, which provides a richer troubleshooting experience.
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5 replies on “How to use Jupyter Notebooks in Azure Data Studio | Azure Friday”
How is that cloud if you need local software installed?
So you could have those notebooks under source control along with your application files!
During the deployment pre-requisites of docker sqlserver2019, the system returns the message "docker:Unexpected token e in JSON at position 324
You will need to restart Azure Data Studio if the tools are installed manually to pick up the change. You may find additional details in 'Deployments' and 'Azure Data CLI' output channels".
May I have your help , please ?
Azure Data Studio has been restarted.
I'm missing Powershell 7 and Core in the Kernel option
This is incredible! Is there a use case for supporting LINQ to SQL (I'm thinking LinqPad)?