Thank you so much to all the people who Up-Voted the 3 SQLPS Connect in my last post. It was great to see the community react to these items so quickly. Over the weekend Chrissy received word that the three things we pushed for and you Up-Voted had already been fixed and were available in the March update of SSMS 2016.
Luckily for me I had already kicked off the download of SQL Server 2016 RC2 earlier that morning. When I got home I spun up a fresh VM and installed everything as quick as I could. Here’s what it now looks like when you load the SQLPS module in PowerShell, sub-second load time!
This is just the tip of the ice berg.
There’s SO MUCH MORE TO DO.
SO MUCH MORE TO ASK FOR.
But if we don’t tell Microsoft what we need and what’s not working for us, it’s unlikely they’ll dedicate resources to fixing things. Thank you to everyone who made this one possible J