It’s a big day for the Microsoft Azure team who released updates to all four of its SDKs.
First and foremost, support for Python 3 is finally here! The team admittedly put a lot of emphasis on the new Python SDK 2.0.0 in their blog post. Azure SDK also obtained connection pooling, improvements to consistency, and Top/Order By filtering for partitioned collections.
The .NET SDK was updated to version 1.10.0 with direct connectivity support for partitioned collections. This is sure to make everything go much faster for developers. Otherwise, it got a few improvements to performance and added LINQ support for more converters.
Java and Node.js weren’t left out, though. Their DocumentDBs both got the Top and Order By support updated to include a search across partitions in a collection. Perhaps they aren’t the most exciting updates, but it falls in line with the additions to the others SDKs.
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