- Tips & Tricks for the PowerShell extension in Azure Data Studio
- Install Azure Data Studio
- PowerShell extension for Azure Data Studio
On Tuesday October 8th at 3 PM EDT (GMT -4) the PowerShell Virtual Group of PASS will host Tyler Leonhardt presenting: Tips & Tricks for the PowerShell extension in Azure Data Studio.
Tips & Tricks for the PowerShell extension in Azure Data Studio
The PowerShell extension in Azure Data Studio now provides the best-ever experience for developing PowerShell code against your SQL Server instances. You can run a PowerShell script against your SQL Server instance and see the changes to that instance in Object Explore or via T-SQL query, all in the same editor. Come learn from Tyler Leonhardt how to make your PowerShell development experience even easier.
Tyler is a developer on the PowerShell team at Microsoft. In addition to PowerShell itself, he works on the Visual Studio Code extension for PowerShell, helped ship the PowerShell experience in Azure Functions v2, and more! He also live streams coding at work. He’s a developer experience nut, loves coffee and loves to customize mechanical keyboards.
Use this link to register for the webinar with your PASS account. (Scroll down and click the Register button) http://powershell.pass.org/Home.aspx?EventID=14350
PowerShell extension for Azure Data Studio
If you haven’t started using Azure Data Studio yet, you should! The new tool is a companion to SSMS and is an Open Source Project based on VS Code, that anyone can contribute to. The best part is, the PowerShell extension from VS Code has been added to the Azure Data Studio marketplace and will receive regular updates as the version in VS Code gets updated. This new option is by far the best experience for developing SQL PowerShell code. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/azure-data-studio/powershell-extension
I will update this post with a link to the recording once it’s posted.