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CLion 2021.2.2 Bug-fix Update
The CLion 2021.2.2 bug-fix update is now available for download! You can get the full 212.5284.51 build from our website. You can also get the new version via a patch update, in the Toolbox App, or as a snap (for Ubuntu). DOWNLOAD CLION The main highlights include: CMake Presets: Fixed an incorrect CMake macro expansion on Windows (CPP-26401). When inheriting the presets, the toolchain fie
Kotlin 2021 Premier Online Event
Removing barriers between ideas and working code Get a glimpse into the future of Kotlin and how Kotlin removes barriers between ideas and working code. You will hear updates from the Kotlin team and news about the whole Kotlin ecosystem. Save the date Agenda: KeynoteKotlin & WebAssembly: A First LookKMM Beta RoadmapWhat's new in Ktor 2.0Spring Native with KotlinK2 Compil
RubyMine 2021.2.2 Is Available
RubyMine 2021.2.2 is now available! You can update using the Toolbox App or right from inside the IDE. You can also download RubyMine 2021.2.2 from our website. Bug-fixes You’ll find the following important fixes in this update: Fixed an issue with passing parameters to a console: RUBY-28499 Fixed an issue with launching MiniTest tests from the IDE: RUBY-28561 Fixed an issue related to RSp
Idiomatic Kotlin: Solving Advent of Code Puzzles, Set Operations
Grouping and counting the characters in strings and collections is a very typical task given in coding interviews. Usually, the solutions for such tasks are quite simple. In this blog post, we learn about a few useful functions in Kotlin that make set operations really simple. The task: custom customs The task for the Advent of Code Day 6 challenge requires us to count the answers on customs
What’s Next: ReSharper C++ 2021.3 Roadmap
Here are the main areas we’re planning to work on for the 2021.3 release: C++20 Modules, Visual Studio 2022, new modernizing inspections, and bug fixes.
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, or
PyCharm 2021.2.2 Is Out!
Download PyCharm 2021.2.2 The second minor release of PyCharm 2021.2 contains multiple bug fixes. Python 3.10: Quick-fix to add "from __future__ import" annotations For the full list of issues addressed in PyCharm 2021.2.2, please see the release notes. Found a bug? Please report it using our bug tracker.
The Actual Number of Kotlin Developers, or Who Our Active Users Are
In various presentations and keynotes, we’ve told you about how the number of Kotlin developers has changed. We’ve finally decided to explain how we calculate these figures. But first, let’s start with some terminology, so it is clear who we are talking about: Developers – everybody who used Kotlin at least once within a given period.Active developers – developers who edited Kotlin code in b
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Idiomatic Kotlin: Solving Advent of Code Puzzles, Binary Representation of Numbers
Let’s continue our journey of understanding what “idiomatic Kotlin” means and solve one more puzzle from the Advent of Code challenge. The puzzles are independent of each other, so you don’t need to check any of the previous ones we’ve already covered. Simply read through the following solution or watch the video. We hope you learn something new! (more…)
New in Datalore: Kernel Changes, New Automatic plots, Tutorials, and More
We have been busy this month laying the foundations for future features. This work will enable us to take some big steps with Datalore over the coming year.
The new Coffee Club show!
We’ve launched a new live show on the IntelliJ IDEA channel – Coffee Club! It’s a show where JetBrains Java Advocates come together to talk about topics they’re passionate about, such as Java, development, technical careers, and much more. The first episode of Coffee Club is now up on YouTube, so feel free to watch it if you haven’t yet! In the first episode of Coffee Club, JetBrains