Category Archives: SQLSaturday

SQL Saturday Belgium 7/31

I thought today’s post should reflect SQL Saturday Belgium, my first time in Belgium. My first-time Presenting outside the UK. I managed to find the venue fine, but I did nearly lose my phone along the way! Walked along Mechelen … Continue reading

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Azure Data Studio – Database Status Dashboard (5/31)

One of the things I was finding I was missing was when restoring databases and adding into availability groups. It was quite easy to see in SSMS when databases, were synchronized or syncronizing or had just plain, fell over when … Continue reading

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ADS Servers and switching profiles and dashboards(4/31)

Day 4 Blog post, a bit of a long one but a really cool feature I discovered, the ability to switch profiles, one for development one for presentation or even have multiple different profiles for different dashboards! Anyway, first things … Continue reading

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ADS Keyboard Shortcuts -part 2 and a name drop or two (Day 3)

Day 3 of posts around ADS and time for a name drop.  I mentioned I managed to be selected to speak at SQL Saturday Iceland ( as since drafted also Belgium and SQL Denmark) a fellow speaker mentioned some of … Continue reading

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ADS Keyboard Shortcuts -part 1

The 2nd post in a series, suppose starting at configuring ADS is a good place to start and the power and productivity in ADS come from learning several short cut keys.  At this stage, it’s worth mentioning a few time-saving … Continue reading

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ADS – Azure Data Studio SQL Saturday’s

I have used ADS (Azure Data Studio) from time to time since it was originally released, I tend to move back however to using SSMS as its not the finished article. It does, however, evolve with monthly releases. Well, that’s … Continue reading

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