I see more and more people starting to use Azure Data Studio. As it keeps growing and expanding, it’s going to become more and more a go-to tool for everyone that has to work with the Microsoft Data Platform. Wouldn’t it be good to be able to provide direct feedback to the development team? Why not do that?
Microsoft does a heck of a lot work with GitHub. It just so happens that the Azure Data Studio team is using it as well. In fact, they have a public Issues resource within GitHub. You can go there yourself, search out the existing issues, submit a problem, or, better still, submit a suggestion.
The people working on this are clearly busting their behinds to add functionality and improve functionality. You can help. All you have to do to get started is create your own GitHub account (and no, I haven’t maintained mine like I should, something to work on).
I’ve said it before, and it bears repeating, Azure Data Studio is, to my mind, not quite cooked. However, it’s getting there. Quickly. I strongly recommend you try it out, especially if you’re also looking at administering Linux boxes for SQL Server instances.
This is a tool that a lot of us will be using in the future. You may as well get engaged to help move it in a good direction.