JetBrains Developer Recognition Program adds Google Developers Experts and All Products Pack

All active Google Developers Experts, Java Champions, Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, and ASPInsiders are now eligible to receive a free subscription to JetBrains All Products Pack.

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For years JetBrains has run a number of community support programs that have provided free product licenses to eligible students and instructors, open source projects, user groups, and communities. Through December 2017, nearly 1,000,000 free licenses were given out through support programs (see 2017 Annual Highlights).

Previously all active Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, ASPInsiders, and Java Champions received a complimentary subscription to directly related products. The new JetBrains Developer Recognition Program has been expanded to include Google Developers Experts and will offer a free subscription to JetBrains All Product Pack. Eligible developers will get access to all of our desktop products including IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate, ReSharper Ultimate, Rider, GoLand, and our other IDEs.

JetBrains strongly believes in supporting technology experts who are actively involved in sharing their knowledge and passion with the community. Approximately 1,000 developers already take part in JetBrains Developer Recognition Program. Existing members who have received licenses through the program will get an email with instructions on how to upgrade their license. If you did not receive an email or have any questions, please contact community-support@jetbrains.com. Other active members can apply now.

We thank you and appreciate your continued support!

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2 Responses to JetBrains Developer Recognition Program adds Google Developers Experts and All Products Pack

  1. Michael Hoffmann says:

    Why not AWS (certified) Developers? :(

    That said, when will Jetbrains improve support for Lambda? Right now Visual Studio Code is running circles around PyCharm or IntelliJ in terms of integration, live debugging and what-not.

    • Andrey Cheptsov says:

      Hello Michael,

      At the moment we offer our support to those “recognition” programs that encourage sharing the knowledge within the community. This includes Google Developers Experts, Java Champions, Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, ASPInsiders, etc. Other, for example “certification” (Java, AWS, etc) programs, are not covered yet. Maybe we could do something about that. We will consider it. Thank you for the idea!

      As to the Lambda support, we don’t have anything yet now. I that’s a pity. Probably there’s a chance to collaborate with the AWS tooling team in order finally brings decent AWS tooling to the market. AWS is super important and I hope soon it will be supported.

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