@Sergei Shutov is perfectly right.
In addition, you should consider the future use case:

  • DB centric: stay with Studio
  • Application-centric: consider to work with  (already existing) Source Control and/or other languages: don't start with Studio.
    Especially for developers with Java/Eclipse background Atelier might be the best choice. 
  • Be aware that changing the IDE can cause a drop in productivity for some time.
  • Mixing IDE's over developers is a good base for a lot of headaches.

 As you see it's less the tool but the (future) environment that ranks your decision.

Hi Developers!

New video from Global Summit 2018 is available now on  InterSystems Developers YouTube:

Modernize Traditional Applications

 

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Hi, Community!

We are pleased to invite you to the InterSystems UK Developers Community Meetup on 25th of June!

The UK Developers Community Meetup is an informal meeting of developers, engineers, and devops to discuss successes, best practices and share experience with InterSystems Data Platforms! 

See and discuss the agenda below.

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Hi Community! 

Please welcome a new session recording from Global Summit 2017:

Shared Development in the 21st Century

 

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