For several years now Visual Studio Code has supported the notebook coding paradigm with a maturing UX and an API that is enabling a notebook extensions ecosystem to grow. One of the best-known notebook platforms is Jupyter Notebooks. A Microsoft team publishes an extension that allows VS Code to handle .ipynb notebook files. These can either work against a local Python environment or connect to a Jupyter Server, which typically hosts remote Python environments with beefier resources.

What if your InterSystems IRIS environments, whether local on your workstation or remote in your organization / cloud, could operate as Jupyter Servers? And not only for Embedded Python but also for ObjectScript and SQL

"If we build it, will they come?"

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Here're the technology bonuses for the InterSystems IRIS Cloud SQL and IntegratedML Contest 2023 that will give you extra points in the voting:

  • IntegratedML usage
  • Online Demo
  • Article on Developer Community
  • The second article on Developer Community
  • Video on YouTube
  • First Time Contribution
  • Community Idea Implementation
  • IRIS Cloud SQL Survey

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