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I was searching for the most simple way to connect from visual studio code to my local instance via terminal without having to change any window.

I know this can also be achieved via telnet but seems a bit overhead if you're in your local machine.

For me the simplest sollution is to open a terminal window in VS Code, navigate to the /bin folder of your instance installation and run .\csession.exe INSTANCENAME

For simplicity you can just include your /bin folder in your path so you don't even need to navigate there

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Dear Community,

In advance of the upcoming release of InterSystems IRIS 2020.1 and InterSystems IRIS for Health 2020.1, we're pleased to invite you to the “Office Hours: InterSystems IRIS 2020.1 Preview” webinars. These Q&A sessions will provide a forum for you to ask questions and learn about the latest product features in the upcoming releases. 

The webinar will feature members of InterSystems product management team who will answer questions and provide additional information about the new features and enhancements. 

We will be hosting two sessions on Thursday, February 20, 2020. Reserve your spot by clicking one of the buttons below for the appropriate time slot.

➡️ 8AM (EST) WEBINAR

➡️ 1PM (EST) WEBINAR

 

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Some of you on the Developer Community have probably interacted with @Luca Ravazzolo if you are interested in cloud and container topics... If so, you'll enjoy Episode 2 of our new podcast — we chatted with Luca about Kubernetes and the InterSystems Kubernetes Operator. He does a great job of explaining the technology and its benefits here!

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Hi Community,

The new video from Global Summit 2019 is already on InterSystems Developers YouTube:

⏯ InterSystems IRIS on HCI

 

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Dasha.AI is a platform that allows you to create and manage voice interfaces for your applications. One of Dasha’s distinctive features is that most users believe they are talking to a human, not a robot.

Voice is the most natural way for people to interact. Dasha allows to use voice interface to interact with your application as naturally as communication between people.   

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Hi Developers!

As you know the concept of ObjectScript Package Manager consists of ZPM client - client application for IRIS which helps you to install packages from the registry. And the code which works "on the other side" is  ZPM Registry - server which hosts packages and exposes API to submit, list and install it. Now when you install the ZPM client it installs packages from community package registry, which si hosted on pm.community.intersystems.com

But what if you want your own registry? E.g. you produce different software packages for your clients and you want to distribute it via private registry?  Also, you may want to use your own registry to deploy solutions with different combinations of packages.

Is it possible? The answer is YES! You can have it if you deploy ZPM registry on your server with InterSystems IRIS.

To make it happen you would need to set up your own registry server.

How to do that?

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You may have seen earlier this week that we launched a brand-new learning podcast called Data PointsThere are three episodes released, one of which was a really interesting discussion with Thomas Dyar — a product specialist here at InterSystems focused on machine learning. Take a listen and reach out if you're interested in exploring more about IntegratedML!

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