December 23, 2005
Let me introduce 3 active and cool blogs of my colleagues from JetBrains.
First, there’s "Dmitry Jemerov’s Weblog"
While reading this blog by Dmitry Jemerov you will get the latest news from the front-line of IntelliJ IDEA development. Dmitry is one of great developers of IntelliJ IDEA. In his blog he discloses the top secret information and screenshots of new features of IntelliJ IDEA long before they appear in the public access. Just look at some of his posts:
IntelliJ IDEA 6.0: Introducing the Build Server
IntelliJ IDEA 6.0: Structural Search Inspections
IntelliJ IDEA 6.0: Runtime assertions for @NotNull
Second, there’s "Alex Tkachman’s Weblog" This is a blog by JetBrains’ Marketing Director – Alexander Tkachman. But don’t make word "marketing" fool you. Unlike many marketing guys you know, Alexander has a very solid technical background along with his great marketing experience. In his blog Alex uncovers what is going on in JetBrains from the very inside.
The third blog is "Sashka’s Weblog" by a JetBrains web-site manager and usability engineer, Alexandra Maximova. She doesn’t like the fact that IntelliJ IDEA is for programmers only and dreams that it’ll be also a great tool for web-designers. Along with other interesting topics, in her blog she writes about IntelliJ IDEA features that makes web-designer’s life easier.
I was going to write about these 3 blogs only, but, after checking our list of blogs at JetBrains People page I've discovered that 3 more JetBrainers have revived (or started) their English blogs recently:
Oleg Stepanov, developer of Resharper and project manager of DotTrace, just revived his blog, and we should expect very interesting information about the course of Resharper and DotTrace development.
Mike Aizatsky, the leader of IntelliJ IDEA enterprise features team, has started his Random Rare Posts blog just 2 days ago. I wish him to write his rare and random posts quite often and regularly.
Ok, so, what should be the next theme in this blog? The next theme – is about books… You may ask - what books? To get the answer, wait for the next post.
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Posted by Dmitriev at December 23, 2005 06:17 PM