JetBrains 10th Annual Hackathon
The JetBrains 10th Annual Hackathon has reached its conclusion and we are happy to share the results with you!
Let’s talk about Developer Experience
Are you an engineer who cares about your developer experience and that of your team, company, or even the world? Do you have a lot of experience in improving development tools? Do you just see a lot of issues with the development tools in your company, and are looking for a place to discuss them? At JetBrains we are focused on the developer experience (DX), so we came up with an idea to hold a series of meetups with like-minded experts around the world. We’d like to cover topics like development tools (IDEs, VCS, Code Review, and Automation), build tools, and CI/CD. If you're as passionate
State of the event industry: the perspective of tech conference organizers and developers
“I don’t think the fundamental reason why people attend conferences has changed or is going to change – it’s about those meaningful connections.”Kevin McDonald, Chief Commercial Officer at Web Summit TL;DR The event industry has had to change significantly to adapt to the pandemic and it is continuing to transform. Globally, all the different entities involved – attendees, speakers, organizers, and sponsors – have had to adjust to this new reality. While preparing JetBrains Connect episode #8, we asked event attendees and organizers about how the industry is tackling these new c
JetBrains 8th Annual Hackathon: Home Edition
It is that time of year again! 48 hours of limitless freedom to play, create, and test out ideas that may go nowhere – or that might just change the world. Following the spirit of Hackathons, this year, we adapted and evolved, and borne our first JetBrains Hackathon: Home Edition, something it turns out that not many of our community members have tried. Our Hackathons bring together people that may not have otherwise cooperated before. Working in 10 cities across 7 countries with time zones as much as 5 hours’ difference, 48 teams made up of 155 participants set out to bring their projects to life.
JetBrains at the ICPC North America Championship 2020
The first ICPC North America Championship (ICPC NAC 2020) took place February 19–23, 2020. The top teams from the ICPC North America Regional Contests advanced to the ICPC NAC in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. JetBrains was proud to be a Gold Sponsor of the event. We were also honored to receive an ICPC North America Outstanding Community Leadership Award for our three-year commitment to their North America Regional Contests, participation in the ICPC World Finals, and service as the official ICPC Global Programming Tools Sponsor. J
JetBrains 20th Birthday Round-up
On February 5th we celebrated JetBrains 20th birthday with our beloved community online and in the special section of JetBrains 2019 Annual Highlights. Thank you for the heartfelt and warm birthday greetings that we received. We appreciate the love and would like to share a few of the many birthday wishes that hit home! @RobEden on TwitterCongratulations on 20 years, JetBrains! Your tools have made me a better developer. I love how, even as the company has grown, it's always been clear that my feedback matters. #JB20Bday @CalvinNrnha on TwitterStarted using @androidstudio and a
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8 Steps to a Successful User Group
Starting up a user group is not easy. But doing stuff you enjoy with peers who share your passion, keeping your knowledge and skills sharp and up to date by learning new things, and meeting other people in your profession, makes it all totally worth it. At JetBrains, we are a team of determined developers and enthusiasts; code is our passion. Creating great tools is not possible without inspiration, teamwork, feedback, and attention to detail. Building a user group requires a lot of the same qualities. Among us, we have many keen and experienced user group organizers. In this article, we wan
Competition: How have JetBrains tools changed your life?
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 you needed to change something in your life? It could be anything, from giving you the confidence to chase your coding dreams or just simply the ability to make change happen. If our tools have helped and changed you, we would love to hear about it. Tweet about how your world has changed with the hashtags #JetBrains_Day_India and #JetBrains for the chance to win a JetBrains All
JetBrains Road Trip India 2019: Meet us Soon in Delhi and Hyderabad
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 IDEA and Kotlin. There are talks given by - Hadi Hariri, Mala Gupta, and Mikhail Vink. We are also planning visits to our customers and partners in the area. Last year we visited Bangalore, Chennai, and Pune and it was a great experience, we had around 1,100 people in total. You can find the pictures from 2018 here: Bangalore 2018 Chennai 2018 Pune 2018
Join KotlinConf 2018 Online: Major Kotlin Announcements and Online Q&A
You can meet the JetBrains team at many tech events all over the world. But today we're offering something special – the chance to meet the Kotlin team from the comfort of your own home with KotlinConf 2018 Live. We are happy to invite you to our online event. Join the live stream on October 4-5. Learn about the new things coming in Kotlin from the Keynote by Andrey Breslav, and ask your questions to the Kotlin team and leaders of the community through the KotlinConf 2018 Closing Panel. We are opening the event with the keynote by Andrey Breslav. Be sure not to miss this keynote, sign-up
JetBrains Road Trip Asia: meet us soon in Tokyo, Seoul, and Beijing
This November JetBrains team comes all the way to Asia visiting Tokyo (20.11 - 23.11), Seoul (23.11 - 25.11) and Beijing (25.11 - 28.11)! Together with our own and invited speakers and partners, we’ll talk about modern software development languages, share best practices of using JetBrains tools, visit some of our customers and partners in the area, and participate in user group meetings, conferences, and more. Most of the arranged events have been overbooked within days of the announcement. Even if the one you would like to visit is not available, we would like to encourage you to register