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Data Engineering Annotated Monthly – April 2022
Long time no see! Sorry about the silence, but luckily we’re back. Hi, I'm Pasha Finkelshteyn, and I’ll be your guide through this month’s news. I’ll offer my impressions of recent developments in the data engineering space and highlight new ideas from the wider community. If you think I missed something worthwhile, catch me on Twitter and suggest a topic, link, or anything else you want to see
Toolbox App 1.24 Adds a New “Services” Tab
We’ve introduced a new Services tab, which contains the JetBrains team tools, added a new tool to your box – JetBrains Space, and released some performance improvements and bug fixes.
The Incubators program is here – get on board!
A while ago, in 2015 to be precise, we launched the Startup Program – a special discount scheme for small companies that apply and fulfill the entry requirements. Since we set up the program, it has provided more than 40,000 startups with a 50% discount on JetBrains tools. Now, we are introducing the launch of a new partner program for startup incubators and accelerators. We’re always striving
Participate in the Developer Ecosystem Survey 2022!
Take part in Developer Ecosystem Survey, help us find out where industry is headed in 2022, so that we can make sure our products continue to serve you most effectively. You’ll get your personal result and enter a prize raffle. #DevEcosystem22
PhpStorm 2022.1 is now available
This new major PhpStorm release includes improved Blade and Twig support, added functionality to docblock type annotations and attributes, a bunch of new and useful inspections, several improvements to the editor, and more. You can download PhpStorm 2022.1 here and read through this post to learn about all the new features and improvements inside. Let’s dive in! What’s new? Frameworks and
Toolbox App 1.23 Released!
TL;DR: Onboarding for new users, UI improvements, and bug fixes. You will find a lot of improvements when updating your Toolbox App to the new 1.23 version, including login authorization improvements, app performance improvements, and the usual bunch of bug fixes. Download Now We’ve added an onboarding process to help new users quickly set up the Toolbox App and select their preferr
Java 18 Features Support
Java 18 has now been released, and starting from version 2022.1, IntelliJ IDEA offers support for it.
JetBrains’ Statement on Ukraine
We have already made our position very clear in regard to the invasion of Ukraine. We condemn the attacks of the Russian government, and we stand with the Ukrainian people, including our own colleagues and their families.
Ktor Roadmap – What’s Next
We’re one month into 2022, and on the Ktor team we’re focusing on finalizing the little that is left from our side on 2.0 and waiting for Kotlin 1.6.20 to be released so as to release 2.0. At the same time, we're planning the next things to be worked on. As some of you know, we had published our roadmap for 2020-2021 and while we didn’t manage to deliver on everything on it, we weren’t fa
Data Engineering Annotated Monthly – January 2022
Due to the public holidays in Russia and my own vacation time, I didn’t get a chance to write an Annotated for December. Waiting a little longer might not be such a bad thing in this case, because now we have even more interesting releases to talk about! Hi, I'm Pasha Finkelshteyn, and I’ll be your guide through this month’s news. I’ll offer my impressions of recent developments in the data engine
Important Security Update for JetBrains Gateway
On December 27, 2021, we became aware of a security issue that exposes certain JetBrains Remote Development backend IDEs to the networks the server is connected to. This was a result of misconfiguration on our side. The following IDEs were affected: IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3.1 Preview (213.6461.21) and IntelliJ IDEA 2021.3.1 RC (213.6461.48)PyCharm Professional 2021.3.1 RC (213.6461.6)GoLand 2021
Announcing the New Versioning Scheme and Retiring of the TeamCity Early Access Program
Over the past few years, TeamCity has been using the YYYY.R versioning scheme, where YYYY represented the year and R represented the release within that year. When looking at the version number 2021.2.1, for example, you could easily understand its meaning: Similarly, the name of version 2022.1 EAP made it clear that this was an early preview of the first release for 2022. Why do we need a new ve