Nitra goes Open Source!
We’ve been rather quiet about Nitra since our introductory blog post, back in November of last year. But we haven’t been sitting still. We’ve been busy building the foundations to a project that we want to see as the basis for a lot of future work here at JetBrains. Now that we feel we’ve reached a minimum viable feature set, as well as a good architectural base for future development, we’re very happy to take the next steps on our roadmap, and release Nitra as an Open Source project. The source is currently available on GitHub, released under the Simplified BSD license. What is Nitra? As
An Introduction to Nitra
Just over a year ago we announced that we’d brought on board some members of the Nemerle team, along with its lead Vlad. They have been working very hard over the past year to develop a technology named Nitra, something we spoke about briefly during JetBrains Day. Why Nitra Before explaining what Nitra is, let’s address the question of why it is we’ve been investing into this project. At JetBrains we make tools for languages and frameworks. We support dozens of languages and the number of frameworks is probably close to 100, if not over. Every time a new language appears, be it
JetBrains Day @ FooCafé Recap, Announcements and Videos
JetBrains Day @ FooCafé in Malmö, Sweden took place Saturday, September 7th, 2013 and we are pleased to say that the event was a success! Event participants on location and those watching the broadcast live learned that the company is experiencing continued annual growth of 40% with more than 1,000,000 developers worldwide regularly using JetBrains tools including some 64,000 business customers, many of which are Fortune 500 companies. They were also the first to learn about the ... New projects announced at JetBrains Day: A technology called Nitra (@nitra) which is a language workb