Supporting Communities, User Groups and Open Source Projects

We at JetBrains believe that sharing experience, promoting technologies and offering networking opportunities is very important for professional developers. This is why we support the community through user groups, conferences and educational projects.

If you run a technology user group, or you plan to organize a tech event such as a conference, workshop or codecamp, or you teach a class, we’ll be happy to sponsor you.

The latest information about community support is always available in the Supporting the Community section of our website.

User Groups and Developer Communities Support

All communities and user groups related to JetBrains products are eligible for support. For PhpStorm and WebStorm products, we support user groups related to PHP, JavaScript, Node.js, CSS, HTML and other web development technologies. However, user group support requests are not limited to one specific product you can get.

As part of community support, you can receive personal licenses for: IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, WebStorm, RubyMine, PyCharm, AppCode, ReSharper, dotCover, dotTrace Performance, and dotTrace Memory.

To request support for your user group or developer community, please visit the JetBrains community support center and follow the process described there.

Conference & Event Sponsorship

JetBrains can sponsor your event, including but not limited to Conferences, Code Camps, Give Camps and special events. To request support, please visit the JetBrains community support center and follow the process described there.

Academic Institutions — Classroom Licensing

Students should have access to the highest-quality education available. Our tools can play a significant role in helping new developers to understand programming fundamentals, and quickly develop their skills. If you are a faculty member and would like to use our products such as PhpStorm, WebStorm, IntelliJ IDEA and others in your classrooms for teaching purposes, absolutely free, please send a request through our community center.

Open Source Projects

If you are a contributor to an Open Source project, we’d be happy to support you. Our Open Source Licenses are available free to true volunteers developing non-commercial open source software. For information on the program, check out the community support center and apply for your license(s).

We’re standing by to support you. Apply now!

Develop with pleasure!
– JetBrains Web IDE Team

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3 Responses to Supporting Communities, User Groups and Open Source Projects

  1. cclonker says:

    If you are a contributor to an Open Source project, we’d be happy to support you. Our Open Source Licenses are available free to true volunteers developing non-commercial open source software.

    What happens if you are a part time contributor to the opensource project but at the other part of your time use the opensource project to make some money?
    I guess this is the case for many students, so you maybe could describe it in a way that there is no confusion going on.

    • Mikhail Vink says:

      It’s difficult to say in general – we need to understand what particular open source project we are talking about.

      If you provide paid services for your open source software or distribute paid versions of your open source software, a license may or may not be granted to you at the discretion of the responsible license officer.

      Please contact us to check the available options.

      You can find more information at http://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/buy/buy.jsp#openSource

  2. Thanks guys!

    My project ( http://tentaclecms.com ) is almost entirely done with and open source license for PHP Storm, and I really appreciate your support!

    Cheers!
    Adam Patterson

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