What We Delivered in Code With Me 2022.2, and What’s Coming
Code With Me, a collaborative coding tool for JetBrains IDEs, has matured in the 2022.2 version. In this release cycle, our tech team focused on improving the quality and enhancing the existing features. Check out our roundup to find out what's been done to help developers collaborate remotely and what we plan to launch next. Webinar alert On August 11, 2022, JetBrains developer advocates Matt Ellis @citizenmatt and Sebastian Aigner @sebastian_aigner will host a webinar titled Kotlin and Code With Me: Tips for Collaborative Programming, Teaching, and Learning.
What Is In Code With Me 2021.2?
Code With Me, the JetBrains tool for pair programming and collaborative coding, has reached its second big release. The new version has received an array of beautiful new features and updates that software teams of all kinds will enjoy. Many of these changes are the result of suggestions from our users. Thank you! This reflects the essence of the product: we're improving collaboration by, well, working together with the community. As well as receiving some incredible feedback about what new features you want us to add, we have also got lots of nice positive feedback about
Wrapping Up Code With Me EAP 2021.2
Hi everyone, it’s the Code With Me team here! It’s already been two months since we announced the public release of Code With Me, a service for remote pair programming and collaborative coding. Time flies! First of all, we want to thank everyone who tried Code With Me, shared their opinion, reported bugs, and sent in their suggestions about our collaborative coding tool. It’s only because of feedback like this that Code With Me can evolve and become more valuable for software development teams. In particular, we want to thank the Rider community for their patience and persistence. We hear y
Code With Me Reaches Public Release
JetBrains is rolling out the public release of Code With Me, the new service for remote pair programming and collaborative coding. Our team received a lot of positive and constructive feedback from the early adopters, and we wanted to thank them for their support and suggestions. We are happy to learn how Code With Me helped remote teams navigate the challenging shift to distance work during the pandemic. That is why we wanted to provide users with seamless access to Code With Me functionality and have bundled our solution into the majority of IntelliJ-based IDEs. ⭐ The latest 2021.1