Coding Tips

I really like Visual Studio Code. The more I use it, the more I get comfortable in it, and the more I appreciate the design and flow of using the editor. I didn’t feel that way early on, preferring the comfort of Visual Studio, but now I most often use VS Code.

The other day I saw an article from one of the PMs for the product, with a number of tips and tricks. I like some of these, and have already found a few to be handy in my work. I’ve even started to search out a few more of these, and found this repo with items in it.

This reminds me of a few articles at SQLServerCentral on SSMS (tips, tricks). I’ve written a bit on Azure Data Studio and git, often to help cement some skills in my mind, as much as to help you learn more.

I’m sure many of you have your own tips and tricks today, for both data platform tools and others, so I’m asking you to share a few in the comments. If you have a large collection of tips, on tools or just how to write code, write us an article. I’m sure others would love to know how to be more productive.

Steve Jones

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2 Responses to Coding Tips

  1. ck says:

    I always link people Andy’s cheat sheet because its good and he keeps it up to date
    https://am2.co/2018/02/updated-cheat-sheet/

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  2. Pingback: Tips and Tricks for VS Code and Azure Data Studio – Curated SQL

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