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Alex Tkachman12/01/11
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Build in the Cloud: Jelastic + Maven

Good news for Java developers! Now you can build applications in Jelastic cloud instead of building them locally and uploading WAR archives. What are my benefits you may ask?

Dominik Dorn11/16/11
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Configuring IntelliJ IDEA for PlayFramework 2.0 Beta

So this is what you'll have to do to get a play 2.0 beta JAVA app running. Create a new project using play new sampleTest in this example, it would be $APP=/home/domdorn/work/play/

Mitch Pronschinske10/19/11
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"Dive into HTML5" is Back Online!

After seeing a 401 gone message for many weeks when visiting Mark Pilgrim's acclaimed "Dive into HTML5" online book, I now see that everything is back up again!  His other renowned "Dive into..

Jim Moscater09/29/11
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Meet Up With DZone @ JavaOne 2011 and Oracle Open World In San Francisco!!

Interested in being a major player in one of the largest developer communities on the web? Do you have a knack for finding and sharing awesome developer content? Do you want to be a recognized name in your space and a major driver of discussions and knowledge...

Robert Demmer09/29/11
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Graham Lea on Code Writers vs Code Creators

JetBrains Development Academy Expert Graham Lea shares his thoughts on code writers vs code creators.

Lukasz Chudy09/22/11
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Sonar and QAPlug integration

Have you ever think about using coding rules configured in the Sonar in the real-time analysis? Now, it is possible. It's really quick and easy. Just import the permalinks from the Sonar into the QAPlug.

Valerie Andrianova06/17/11
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YouTrack 3.0 — Fully Customizable Bug Tracker, Now Free For Small Teams

This spring-summer time appeared to be very hot for JetBrains. And today we are happy to announce one more major release —please welcome YouTrack 3.0, a fully customizable version of our intelligent issue and bug tracker with a Free Pack now available for...

Jim Moscater05/26/11
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TeamCity 6.5 Now Available, Promises "Continuous Integration For Everybody"

Team City 6.5, the developer and build engineer-focused continuous integration server, is now available from JetBrains. It contains a revamped UI, along with a bunch of new features influenced by user experience and feedback.  Some of the additions to...

Václav Pech05/02/11
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Sitting on the cloud with Nikita Ivanov

JetBrains has 10 years of history in the rearview mirror. You don’t make it that long without listening to the people that make you successful, your customers. Today, the depth and scope of work being accomplished using JetBrains products is truly inspiring...

Václav Pech04/05/11
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Talking about Akka, Scala and life with Jonas Bonér

Welcome to the fifth in a series of interviews dedicated to learning more about JetBrains Development Academy Experts. This time we will interview Jonas Bonér. Jonas is a Java Champion, an owner of Scalable Solutions and an author of the Akka framework.

Hamlet D'Arcy03/31/11
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Java Champion Antonio Goncalves talks about Java EE 6 and the future of Java EE 7

Welcome to the fourth in a series of interviews dedicated to learning more about JetBrains Development Academy Experts. This time we will interview Antonio Goncalves. Antonio is a Java Champion and senior software architect living in Paris, and his...

Robert Demmer03/30/11
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IntelliJ IDEA Static Code Analysis Screencast

This screencast demonstrates IDEA's static code analysis features and how to write your own rule using Structural Search & Replace. Hamlet D'Arcy provides a quick overview of IDEA inspections, show you how to use Structural Search, and then demonstate...

Hamlet D'Arcy03/02/11
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GWT Event Bus Basics Screencast on JetBrains.tv

Well, it looks like I made myself a little screencast. It's called "GWT Event Bus Basics". The screencast explains why MVC applications benefit from an event bus, and it demonstrates how to create, wire, and respond to events in Google Web Toolkit...

Robert Demmer02/25/11
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IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 with full Java 7 support

Last Friday, during the Open Day in our new Munich Office, JetBrains unveiled the next release of IntelliJ IDEA, version 10.5. IntelliJ IDEA 10.5 is slated to be released in the Spring of 2011, and will be a free upgrade for existing users of IntelliJ IDEA 10.

Robert Demmer02/15/11
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PhpStorm 2.0 – Take PHP by Storm!

Greetings from JetBrains!We’re happy to finally announce a long anticipated PhpStorm 2.0 — the intelligent PHP IDE! It took time to appear but we are very happy with the result and want to heartily thank all the early adopters for their invaluable...