New SQL Operations Studio

Alan Yu announces the December release of SQL Operations Studio:

Download SQL Operations Studio and review the Release Notes to get started.

SQL Operations Studio is a data management tool that enables you to work with SQL Server, Azure SQL DB and SQL DW from Windows, macOS and Linux. To learn more, visit our GitHub.

While it’s downloading, check out the new bits and also Marek Masko’s guide on SQL Operations Studio:

If you find Go to Definition feature very useful, but you would like to have a more temporary view of objects source code, then no problem! SQL Ops Studio delivers second functionality which gives you the possibility to check object definition. This time, the source code is displayed in the same editor tab.

Marek’s post went up before the December release, so one big point (about not being able to see actual execution plans) is now fixed.

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