IntelliJ IDEA 13 Wins Jolt Productivity Award for Coding Tools 2014!

We are thrilled to share some great news with you! Yesterday Dr. Dobb’s Journal named IntelliJ IDEA 13 the winner of the Jolt Productivity Award for Coding Tools 2014, an annual award given to the best IDEs and coding tools.

“The paid nature of the the Ultimate Edition has enabled JetBrains to invest heavily in the IDE’s continual refinement. And version 13 goes farther in that direction than many of the recent releases. It sports a fresher interface, faster startup times, a greater range of features, and as always, the little magical bits that have earned the IDE near-fanatical devotion,” said Andrew Binstock in his statement.

Congratulations to IntelliJ IDEA team, and of course, our beloved users who have supported us. We would want to thank the Jolt 2014 panel of judges for their time and consideration.

Develop with Pleasure!

About Andrey Cheptsov

Andrey Cheptsov is IntelliJ IDEA product marketing manager at JetBrains. He's passionate about productivity, programming languages and tools.
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5 Responses to IntelliJ IDEA 13 Wins Jolt Productivity Award for Coding Tools 2014!

  1. Leszek says:

    Congratulations! Addicted user since version 7 :-)

  2. Cody Bonney says:

    Congratulations to IntelliJ IDEA team!

  3. Romaric says:

    You definitely deserve it ! Congrats JetBrains ;)

  4. Ram says:

    Congratulations Guys for making us happy while coding.
    You deserve every bit of it. Yes we Develop with Pleasure!

  5. Kinz says:

    Congratulations! Started using it in v13 switching from eclipse. I never started eclipse except the first week of switching only for copying some run config setting :D

    Great work!

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