How many professional developers are there in the world? As of 2023, the worldwide total reaches 13.4 million professional developers. Dive into the latest trends in the software development industry with our interactive Developer Ecosystem: Data Playground.
Curiosity-Driven Researchers: Between Industry and Academia, Part 3
Quantum computers promise a massive leap in computing power, making volume of computations trivial. Mastering their use could revolutionize technology.
JetBrains Research Digest 2023: Volume 3
In Volume 3 of the JetBrains Research Digest, we’re presenting the latest news from two JetBrains Research labs. Mobile Robotics Algorithms Lab The Mobile Robotics Algorithms Lab works on developing intelligent, fully autonomous mobile robots, as well as educational programs in robotics. …
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2023
The State of Developer Ecosystem 2023 - JetBrains seventh annual report built on the 26,000 respondents surveyed. This year the infographics goes beyond languages and frameworks to address vital issues like mental health, burnout in tech, and developers' attitudes towards AI.
Crafting the Perfect Name: The Story of JetBrains Aqua
Explore naming research in the first post from the Market Research & Analytics team series.
JetBrains Research Digest 2023: Volume 2
In Volume 2 of the JetBrains Research Digest, we present a new selection of the latest developments from the JetBrains Research team. Opening of the AI for Software Engineering research partnership As announced in early October, JetBrains and Delft University of Technology have joined forc…
Curiosity-Driven Researchers: Between Industry and Academia, Part 2
This is part two of our chat with Timofey Bryksin from JetBrains, delving into the future of IDEs, LLM tools, and the evolving role of developers.
JetBrains and TU Delft launch the AI for Software Engineering research partnership
The emergence of advanced AI-driven tools has generated a vast array of opportunities and transformations in both the practical and theoretical aspects of software engineering. Recognizing this evolving trend, JetBrains and Delft University of Technology have joined forces to establish the AI for Software Engineering Lab (AI4SE).
JetBrains Research Digest 2023: Volume 1
JetBrains Research is a division of JetBrains dedicated to applied scientific research in innovation and education that collaborates with some of the world’s top scientific institutions. Unlike traditional academic institutions, JetBrains Research places no strict demands on the research teams to pr…
Curiosity-Driven Researchers: Between Industry and Academia
Timofey Bryksin, Head of Research Lab in Machine Learning Methods in Software Engineering at JetBrains, answered questions about the work his team does, the problems they try to solve, and other topics of interest to his lab.
Share Your Thoughts About Game Development for the Chance to Win a Prize
At JetBrains, we are always trying to better understand how developers work and what kinds of tools they prefer, especially in game development. We are always curious about what helps game studios make better games, which game engines and programming language features are most popular, and how different game development pipelines look. All of that helps us tune our products to better meet game developers’ needs.
Take Part in the Developer Ecosystem Survey 2023
Team up with JetBrains to find out where software development is headed and get the chance to win prizes. Get personalized infographics and see how you stack up against other developers.
Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022: Discover Raw Data
The raw data of Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022 is now available for public access. You can now access the answers of 29,269 developers and conduct your own analysis. The raw data is accessible in two formats: csv file and a Jupyter notebook in Datalore with examples of analysis.