Topic: jetbrains

JetBrains database survey results, a new cryptocurrency, and girls wanting to enter STEM careers—SD Times news digest: Dec. 28, 2015

SQL interest is growing, and it doesn’t look like it will stop any time soon, according to a report. JetBrains has released survey results from its “How Developers Use Databases Today” report, which found out of 19,000,000 developers worldwide, about 36% of them are SQL developers. The survey collected answers from about 2,000 respondents, and … continue reading

JetBrains unveils DataGrip 1.0

JetBrains is ready to release the first version of its new IDE for developers. It has announced DataGrip 1.0, formerly known as 0xDBE, designed to be a developer’s “Swiss Army Knife for databases and SQL,” according to the company. “For a year and a half we ran an Early Access Program (EAP) for this product … continue reading

JetBrains updates all desktop products

JetBrains has announced simultaneous updates for all of its desktop tools, along with a new subscription-based licensing model for those products. Updates include: ReSharper Ultimate 10: With a new incremental build tool, the Postfix Templates plug-in, enhanced code style management, improved Stack Trace Explorer, NUnit 3.0 beta 5 support, Google Protocol Buffers support, and new … continue reading

JetBrains previews new IDE for SQL and databases

JetBrains is giving developers some insight into what they can expect from the company’s upcoming IDE. OxDBE is a new IDE for developers working with SQL and databases. The company has announced the OxDBE 1.0 Preview, a nearly finished version of the product. According to the company, the IDE will feature: Faster and more accurate … continue reading

NYC’s subway needs system update, ‘Star Wars’ fans care about website performance, and JetBrains develops new tool—SD Times news digest: Oct. 19, 2015

New York might have a reputation of being fast-paced, but the New York City subway system is actually operating on century-old technology, according to Business Insider. The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) uploaded a YouTube video a few months ago to show the old system and what needs to be updated. Some of the outdated features … continue reading

From the Editors: View your customers as partners

On Sept. 3, software development toolmaker JetBrains announced it was changing its licensing model from a perpetual model to a subscription model. The company’s rationale for creating JetBrains Toolbox is that the new distribution model would cost customers less and simplify management of the licenses. The Toolbox plan also would let customers pick and choose … continue reading

How to plug into DevOps

The DevOps movement is gaining momentum, albeit at different speeds in different organizations. While the goal has been to streamline workflows between development and operations teams, there are a number of technological and cultural challenges companies have to address to optimize DevOps, and more importantly the entire software life cycle. If you’re confused about how … continue reading

SD Times Blog: JetBrains changes course on licensing… again

On Sept. 3, software development toolmaker JetBrains announced it was changing its licensing model from a perpetual model to a subscription model. The company’s rationale for creating JetBrains Toolbox is that the new distribution model would cost customers less and simplify management of the licenses. The Toolbox plan also would let customers pick and choose … continue reading

Developing high-quality code, the .NET way

Every developer wants to create great software that users can appreciate. Unfortunately, creating software that disappoints is easy. Conversely, creating high-quality software that users will appreciate is hard. Fortunately there are a number of things you can do and tools you can use to create high-quality software. This article will talk about those things that … continue reading

A Windows 10 PC build, questioning password security questions, and new AWS SDKs—SD Times news digest: May 21, 2015

Microsoft has announced that its Windows 10 insider preview build 10122 for PCs is now available. According to Gabe Aul, engineering manager at Microsoft, the build is more stable and polished, and future builds will become less feature-centric and more focused on fine-tuning. The build includes Start and Continuum improvements, the new tab page for … continue reading

DevOps: It’s all about the culture

In an environment where the development teams get along with the operations teams, organizations are finding it easier to deliver software faster, with better quality. What’s their secret? DevOps. “With DevOps, you get agility, you get speed, you have the ability to deploy applications very quickly, which means that you can release new features and … continue reading

Google Places API for Android and iOS, Android Wear device locator, and Atlassian’s new Snippets feature—SD Times news digest: March 20, 2015

Google has launched the Places API for Android as well as a beta program for the Places API for iOS. The release of these APIs is meant to provide developers with the ability to enhance their mobile experiences through device location signals. “People don’t think of their location in terms of coordinates on a map. … continue reading

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