Author Archives: Robert Demmer
In this interview, we speak with Jakub Chrzanowski (@hsz @hszanowski), the author of the .ignore plugin for the IntelliJ-based IDEs. This plugin lets you mark matched .ignore files in project view, assists with editing them, and helps you generate ignore … Continue reading
This bulletin summarizes the security vulnerabilities detected in JetBrains products and remediated in the first quarter of 2019. These include issues reported by Jonathan Leitschuh potentially exposing a product user or a project’s infrastructure to man-in-the-middle attacks, namely resolving Gradle, … Continue reading
At JetBrains, we believe that supporting technology experts is key to knowledge exchange, a passion-driven community, and progress. We’re proud to support active Microsoft MVPs, Java Champions, ASPInsiders, and Google Developers Experts with free product licenses. More than 1,300 developers … Continue reading
We cannot overemphasize the importance of open source software development in our industry. According to our research on the state of developer ecosystem, 60% of all developers are involved in some way in OSS, ranging from full-time work on open … Continue reading
In preparation for our India Road Trip 2019, we want to hear from you about your experiences with JetBrains tools and how they have changed you. How has the choice you made to use JetBrains tools given you the chance … Continue reading
This June, our JetBrains team is coming to India visiting Delhi (June 16) and Hyderabad (June 23). Our team of speakers together with specially selected partners will be giving you tips and tricks to get the most out of IntelliJ … Continue reading
JetBrains supports the best talents around the globe, and in particular, pays special attention to educational programs. You might have heard about JetBrains Academy already, and in line with these efforts, JetBrains is proud to be the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) … Continue reading
We have resolved a series of security issues in our products in the fourth quarter of 2018. Here’s a report summary with descriptions of each issue and the version in which they were resolved.
With over 22 product teams which are each responsible for their own products, we have a lot of creativity coming through to try to make all of our products as helpful as we can for you. Our MPS team has … Continue reading
We have resolved a series of security issues in our products in the third quarter of 2018. Here’s a summary report that contains a description of each issue and the version in which they were resolved.