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[Seeking Feedback] From SQL Server docs articles to notebooks in Azure Data Studio #16648

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MsSQLGirl opened this issue Aug 10, 2021 · 0 comments
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@MsSQLGirl MsSQLGirl commented Aug 10, 2021

Hello,

We are currently experimenting with SQL Server docs articles that are rich with code snippets. We think that these articles are ideal for executable troubleshooting guides in Jupyter Notebook format that can be launched, edited and executed directly in Azure Data Studio. i.e. less copying and pasting!

Articles with troubleshooting notebooks:

Quick demo
The quick gifs below show you how it works!

  • Launch SQL-based troubleshooting guide notebook
    DocsToSQLNotebooks

  • Launch PowerShell-based troubleshooting guide notebook
    DocsToPowerShellNotebook1

Seeking feedback

  • What are your thoughts on this experience?
  • Please 👍 or 👎 on this Github item and provide comments so we can improve the experience further.

Thank you,
Julie

@MsSQLGirl MsSQLGirl added the Area - Live site label Aug 10, 2021
@MsSQLGirl MsSQLGirl self-assigned this Aug 10, 2021
@Charles-Gagnon Charles-Gagnon added this to the Backlog milestone Aug 10, 2021
@kburtram kburtram added the Bug label Sep 10, 2021
@JustinMDotNet JustinMDotNet added Area - Notebooks Impact: Live site and removed Area - Live site labels Sep 23, 2021
@chlafreniere chlafreniere added Enhancement and removed Bug labels Apr 27, 2022
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