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Olga Zavrazhnova · Sep 20, 2022

First Community Roundtable: VSCode vs Studio

Hi Community, 

Let's meet virtually at our first Community Roundtable! This will be a 45-min friendly discussion on a given topic: VSCode vs Studio. 
Imagine that we just gathered together to share our thoughts, experiences, tips, and tricks. If you want to discuss specific questions within a given topic - please share them in the comments.

Watch recording:

Register through this Global Masters challenge. We will send you a calendar invite by email.

📅 Date: September 29
🕑 Time: 9:00 am ET   |   3:00 pm CEST

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Not sure if I can make the date.
Anyhow using Studio since its first days in Caché 5.0 for 20+ years almost daily
and still firmly tied to Windows I just have no need for change.
And I use my experience with all tricks and shorthands burned deep in my mind.
It's just Dino's behavior as a veteran that started with X ^% in terminal

For those who will participate: please prepare your tips&tricks for:

1. Development

2. Debugging

3. Working with version control

4. Hidden gems

5. Final arguments!

There will be an option to demo your skills and approaches!

Unfortunetely I can't make this. Is it being recorded as I'd be really interested in watching it. 

Tried to register but got an "Ooops.. no longer available.." ...??

Hi Rosti, please expect a calendar invitation to the Roundtable within 1 hour via email.

For Global Masters challenge - please complete this onboarding challenge to start the program  https://globalmasters.intersystems.com/challenges/75
after it is done you'll see the challenges will be open and some nice points and badges will be awarded to you for published posts and comments on DC! :)

Hi Everyone, the roundtable will start soon! Even if you didn't register - join us through the direct link that will appear on the right side under the Events section! See you there!
9 am ET | 3 pm CET

I'm very sorry I missed this one!

My 2 cents: I think you still need both because VSCode doesn't work on older Caché versions (as you need Atelier api). But I'm looking forward to be able to move over to VSCode when all features are supported there.