Java Annotated Monthly – March 2023
March is upon us, and with the year in full swing, there are more and more updates, helpful tricks, and innovations to keep track of. To help in this endeavor, we're bringing you a fresh batch of articles on Java that can help you optimize your code and find new ways to streamline your workflow. This edition also includes everything you need to know about the latest updates to Kotlin, showcasing its technological innovations. Sit back and enjoy our latest picks from the development community. Java News Java News Roundup 1, 2, 3, 4 – Peruse this selection of new
The K2 Compiler is going stable in Kotlin 2.0
We’ve been working on a new frontend for the Kotlin compiler (code-named “K2”) for quite a while. The new frontend is already available for preview – we’re continually polishing and stabilizing it and plan to make it the default compiler frontend in a future Kotlin release. We’ve decided to name this future release Kotlin 2.0. Keep reading to learn more about the roadmap for the Kotlin 2.0 release, our motivation, and what to expect from it.
Java Annotated Monthly – January 2023
Start the year by cultivating a good habit – reading JAM at the beginning of the month! Welcome to the January edition of Java Annotated Monthly, your update on all things Java! We'll cover the latest news, updates, and developments in the Java ecosystem and highlight some of the best technologies for developers. Whether you're an experienced developer looking to stay up-to-date with the latest trends or a beginner just starting, there's something for everyone in this blog. So let's dive in and see what's new in the world of Java and related technologies! Java News Java News Roundup 1, 2
Java Annotated Monthly – December 2022
With the last month of 2022, we bring you the final edition of Java Annotated Monthly – our selection of the top stories from November. We hope you’ll enjoy reading, watching, and listening to them and get inspired for the upcoming year. The most prominent news for our team is the release of IntelliJ IDEA 2022.3! One of the major updates it brings is the completely reworked look and feel of the IDE that you can apply by switching to the new UI in the IDE settings. Other important updates are conveniently grouped in the featured blog post! Apart from this, the community never stopped surp
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.3 Is Out!
IntelliJ IDEA 2022.3 is now available with numerous improvements and cool new features! This blog post covers all of the noteworthy updates introduced in v2022.3.
New Live Stream: Mastering Testcontainers for Better Integration Tests
In December, we’ll host a new live stream about Testcontainers and its advanced features. Register today and join us for the event!
Java Annotated Monthly – November 2022
Hello! Today we’re bringing you the November edition of our collection of the most prominent news, articles, podcasts, and videos about Java, Kotlin, and other related technologies. The highlight of this issue is the public preview of Fleet by JetBrains. If you are interested in our new distributed polyglot editor and IDE, we heartily encourage you to try it out. Apart from that, this Java Annotated Monthly features some exciting quizzes on Java, articles about upcoming and recent conferences, and a selection of materials devoted to Spring and Kotlin. Without further ado, let’s get
Webinar: “New UI for Your IDE: A Glimpse Into the Future”
Join us Monday, October 31, at 5:00 pm UTC (check other timezones) for our live webinar, New UI for Your IDE: A Glimpse Into the Future. In this webinar, join our JetBrains Advocates as they share the New UI with you, giving you a glimpse at some of the visual improvements for IntelliJ Platform IDEs.
Remote Development in JetBrains IDEs now available to Google Cloud Workstations users
We have partnered with Google Cloud to deliver an integration between Cloud Workstations and JetBrains remote development.Cloud Workstations, announced recently at Google Cloud Next, provides fully managed development environments on Google Cloud. This integration means that you can use JetBrains Gateway to develop remotely on your favorite IDEs in Cloud Workstations. You can also have all language processing happen in Google Cloud while you work locally with a rich and thin client. This creates a perfect blend between powerful cloud computing and a responsive and familiar JetBrains IDE experi
Java Annotated Monthly – October 2022
Hello! October is here to bring a selection of recent news and tips on Java, Kotlin, and related technologies and frameworks. This month’s top news is the release of Java 19, so the Java News section features a podcast with details and several pieces describing the updates. What do you think about them? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. Don’t miss our Culture & Community section, which highlights less coding-heavy topics that might grab your attention, like advances in quantum computing and AI, remote teamwork, motivational insights, and more. Let’s get started!
Java Annotated Monthly – September 2022
Hello! For the September edition of Java Annotated Monthly, we’ve prepared a lot of resources to help you transition smoothly into the fall season. In addition, we cordially invite you to join our free online IntelliJ IDEA Conf, which takes place September 29–30. Java News JEP 429 – The proposal introduces extent-local variables, which enable the sharing of immutable data within and across threads. Java Tutorials & Tips Languages, Frameworks, Libraries, and Technologies Kotlin Corner Ktor 2.1.0 Released and It Comes With Goodies! – Hadi Hariri shares the highl
IntelliJ IDEA Meetup. Free Onsite Event in Munich
At JetBrains we like to say that we build our software so you can enjoy building yours. It gives us a lot of satisfaction to know that people worldwide use our IDEs, plugins, languages, and other tools at work, school, or when developing their pet projects. We’re developers too, and we learn many new things when working on our tool stack. We love to share our experiences with others! Marco Behler and Yuriy Artamonov invite you to participate in our IntelliJ IDEA Meetup in Munich. Marco will talk about application scaling, and after that, you will hear Yuriy's nuggets of advice on Project Rea