The JetBrains Blog
Editing Markdown with Rider
Markdown has become fundamental to online communication and even become mainstream. The language allows us to write a plain text document that we can transform into HTML, PDFs, or other display formats. You can find elements of Markdown in your favorite chat apps, source control environments, and content management systems. Many blog engines are, too, including the one that powers my personal blog
PhpStorm 2021.3.2 Preview
The preview build for PhpStorm 2021.3.2 is available. This release brings a fix for broken indexing on WSL (IDEA-286059). (more…)
Fleet Below Deck, Part I – Architecture Overview
We recently announced a new product which we have been working on named Fleet, a new generation IDE by JetBrains. The product is currently in closed preview and we’re receiving great feedback from early adopters, helping us improve it and get it ready for a public preview sometime in 2022. In the meantime, and until we’re ready for public access, we’d like to talk to you a bit about how Fleet i
C++ Annotated December 2021: 2021 C++ Highlights, Thread Safety in C++ and Rust, 2022 Conferences, and More
Assumptions, std::execution, the evolution of lambdas and functions in modern C++, C++ conferences in 2022
A Deep Dive Into Space Dev Environments
Take a deep dive into these customization options of Space dev environments and see how you can tailor the dev environment to your team’s needs.
TeamCity 2021.2.2 is here
The second bugfix update for TeamCity 2021.2 is already available for download! TeamCity 2021.2.2 focuses on improving the performance of your server and brings a few notable updates for .NET, including: Fixed a recent issue with showing multiple parametrized .NET tests as one test with multiple runs. Now, TeamCity counts them separately and displays the parameters' values for each test in t
Starting a new line of code – How many keystrokes does it usually take you?
Starting a new line of code is a simple task, not to mention one of the actions you perform most frequently while coding. The number of keystrokes it takes usually depends on the cursor position. When the cursor is at the beginning of a line, you might move it to the end of the line, either letter by letter or word by word, or you might use the end key to jump to the end of the line. Once the c
Once a Developer, Always a Developer
Alina Komissarova, Coordinator of JetBrains Educational Projects who is based in Novosibirsk, Russia, interviewed her fellow Siberian Tagir Valeev, Java Tech Lead in IntelliJ IDEA. They talked about what life and work are like for someone who feels the never-ceasing drive to develop, share his knowledge, and learn Japanese.
.NET Annotated Monthly | January 2022
Did you know? Microsoft used the name C# in 1988. This language had nothing in common with the C# of today as it was a variant of the C language, and was discontinued. It wasn't until 2002 that Microsoft released the language named C# that we know today, with the release of the .NET Framework 1.0. .NET news December is a slow news month on most years, but here are a few highlights to che
Java Annotated Monthly – January 2022
Welcome to the January edition of our monthly collection of JVM-related news! This is my first Java Annotated Monthly; I'm taking over this project from Irina and Trisha – if I can see a little further, it is because I’m standing on the shoulders of giants 😊. Greetings to long-time and first-time readers alike! Get cozy and let me take you on a tour of the latest news from the JVM commu
The Coffee Club #6: Starting and Maintaining New Habits
No plan is complete without action. If you have a plan or a list of New Year’s resolutions, but you’re not sure how to get started and make real changes in your life – join us for the January edition of Coffee Club on January 12, 2022, at 16:00 CET/15:00 UTC. Add this event to your calendar! Outlook or iCal calendar Google calendar T