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Has anyone used Datagrip? And if yes, why is it so great?

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hi guys

I've been told about a product called Datagrip by one of our developers. Can you explain what's so good about it? But in an entirely non-technical way if possible? I don't know much about databases at all, but wanted to see if I could explain that to our CEO and convince him that we should get it via?

Any advantages?

thanks for helping
Yashy
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Because it lets you write SQL code faster and supports many DB Various SQL and even like Oracle and  others
If your DBA or perform SQL code u may like it
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Apologies for the delay here. Thanks for helping.
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