Category Archives: News & Events

Java Annotated Monthly – November 2016

The froth of JavaOne has died down (already!) and it’s almost back to business as usual. Although here at JetBrains we’re working hard on our latest product releases, and gearing up to see some of you at Devoxx this week. This month’s … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – October 2016

September is a busy conference month, in particular a number of the Java-related JetBrains team were at JavaZone and JavaOne.  To save you some time, cash, and pain, October’s annotated monthly is going to be a little heavy on links to videos and … Continue reading

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Share Your Stats to Improve Code Completion via Machine Learning

Code completion is, no doubt, one of the most useful features of any IDE. This is why IntelliJ IDEA offers it in so many flavors: Basic Completion, Smart Completion, Second Completion, Second Smart Completion, Statement Completion, and Hippie Completion. Each of these … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – September 2016

The sad news is, it’s the end of summer. On the other hand, maybe you need a break from the kids and you’re happy to shift your work-life balance towards passionate-developer-mode. The good news is it’s conference season. If you are … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – August 2016

This month’s Java Annotated Monthly is so much more than Java.  Not only do we take a look at what’s happening in the community and what’s the latest on upcoming versions, we have a chance to touch on news for Scala, … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – July: Java Tools and Technologies

Whether you like to branch out into other JVM languages, or prefer to get deep knowledge in “classic” Java, there’s always more to learn in our Java-flavoured world.  This issue aims to give you some summer holiday reading. But the most … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – June 2016

Java: past, present and future – we’re still counting down to the release of Java 9, there are ever more resources for getting a handle on what Java 8 can offer us, and the Oracle vs Google court case is … Continue reading

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Android SDK Tools 25.1.6 is Out with Better Security

If you’re an Android developer and use the Android Emulator, we strongly recommend you to update your Android SDK Tools to 25.1.6. This update comes with a fix that address a security vulnerability found in the Android Emulator. To get the update, use the Android SDK … Continue reading

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IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2 EAP is Open

Great news, everyone: we’re opening IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2 EAP, a preview of the next IDE update planned for this summer! Besides fixing issues, we’ve also stayed busy working on new features that we hope you’ll like. New feature highlights include: … Continue reading

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Java Annotated Monthly – May 2016

For all its claims of being a grown up language, at times even the Java community can be somewhat dramatic, with organisations fighting each other over who has which rights, and community members demanding more from Java’s steward.  Still, Java SE is as … Continue reading

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