Microsoft released Azure Data Studio July 2020 version which is available for download here.
You can find the release notes of this version here.
Don’t forget that Azure Data Studio is cross-platform and it runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux!
Reading Time: < 1 minute The May release of Azure Data Studio is now available. Azure Data Studio is a multi-database, cross-platform desktop environment for data professionals using the family of on-premises and cloud data platforms on Windows, MacOS, and Linux.
Windows Terminal v.1.0 is out! Personally I used (and still do) to work with Cmder but I’ve been using it for some time now, in my daily routine, and work side-by-side with Windows Terminal. Quite flexible with nice UI. Deeper integration with the underlying OS and quite a customization you can do to make it more personal.
There are blogs from two people who blog about it a lot: Scott Hanselmann and Thomas Maurer. Google and find the most recent ones on how to go about it.
Note: If you install Terminal manually:
If you are Chocolatey fan, you can -unofficially- install it using the following command:
choco install microsoft-windows-terminal
or you can upgrade to the latest one with:
choco upgrade microsoft-windows-terminal
For more information about Windows Terminal, you may find some of these resources useful and interesting: