Category Archives: Guest Post

Salesforce development plugins, part 2 — JetForcer

Today we’re continuing the series of guest posts from the creators of IntelliJ IDEA plugins for Salesforce (or Force.com) developers. The first post covered Illuminated Cloud 2 plugin. Please meet the 2nd blog post by Michael Shumenko, co-founder of JetForcer. … Continue reading

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Salesforce development plugins, part 1 — Illuminated Cloud

Today we’re starting a 2-part series of guest posts from the creators of IntelliJ IDEA plugins for Salesforce (or Force.com) developers. The plugins are Illuminated Cloud 2 and JetForcer. Please meet the 1st blog post by Scott Wells, the developer … Continue reading

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Live Webinar: Peer Code Review from IDE

This is a guest blog post from the JetBrains Upsource team. They’d like to invite you to our free webinar, “Peer Code Review from IDE” with Trisha Gee that will take place on Tuesday, September 13th, 2016, at 14:00 GMT. … Continue reading

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RoboVM and the move to the IntelliJ Platform

The following is a guest blog post by Mario Zecher from RoboVM In the beginning… Sometime in early 2010, Niklas Therning formed the crazy idea of bringing Java and other JVM languages to iOS. Being a good hacker citizen, Niklas … Continue reading

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Wipe out code review roadblocks with Upsource

Do you practice code review in your team? Considering it? Tried it before but quit for some reason? One way or another, you know what code review is. The jury is still out on how much exactly code review increases … Continue reading

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Scala Productivity. A Survey of the Community

This is a guest blog post is from Graham Lea, Software Engineer and Team Leader at Tyro Payments in Sydney, Australia. Confession I’ve been a dishonest blogger, but I’ve paid my dues. Earlier this year I wrote a rather cheeky blog … Continue reading

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