Azure Data Studio and Version Control

One of the more important things that I think we should be doing as software developers is maintaining our changes in some sort of version control system (VCS). This is important to protect code, allow us to undo problem changes by finding old code, and ensuring that all changes made by a team are captured in a central place.

This post continues my look at Azure Data Studio (ADS) with an examination of the version control features built into the product.

A Dedicated Pane

ADS is built on Visual Studio Code, which is a tool I use often for non-SQL