· Jan 17

[Kick-off Webinar] InterSystems Developer Tools Contest

Hey Community,

We are glad to invite you to the upcoming kick-off webinar on the InterSystems Developer Tools Contest.

In this webinar, we'll talk about how to choose a project and show you how to develop, build and deploy applications on InterSystems IRIS data platform. Also, there will be information about the hot internal projects at the moment (SQL client, VS Code unit tests and Jupyter notebooks), how to look at community opportunities in the Ideas portal, and what InterSystems would like to do with the management portal.

Date & Time: Monday, January 23 – 12 pm EST | 6 PM CET 

🗣 @Raj Singh, InterSystems Product Manager 
🗣 @Dean Andrews, InterSystems Head of Developer Relations  
🗣 @Evgeny Shvarov, InterSystems Developer Ecosystem Manager

>> Register here <<
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Hi dear community,

If you lack inspiration for the contest, here are some ideas:

  • A tool to improve the load of DDL or SQL statements in IRIS.

    • Why, because for now, we have to run an iris terminal then run an objectscritp command to load the DDL or SQL statements.
    • I wish a way that we can have a tool that bring the ability to parse a DDL or SQL file from a shell.
      • Example : iris load -f /path/to/file.sql
  • A tool to automatically export objectscript classes to the local folder

    • I know we can do it with Timothy's tool, but I wish a simple hook that just export new classes or modified classes to the local folder. Not the whole source control system.