Over the past year I’ve started using Exasol (in-memory database for Analytics) and migrating away from the traditional Microsoft SQL Server.
Exasol has it’s own user interface called Exaplus, to write SQL statements for EXASolution. It’s a GUI based software that has syntax highlighting, a very useful transfer wizard to import/export files as well as a schema browser.
As good as Exaplus is it didn’t have that personal “oumph” to it until I came across DBeaver. DBeaver is a “Free Universal SQL Client” that has a variety of different features that I find useful as a SQL Developer.