In this podcast, we are talking to some of the key people working on different IDEs, Integrated Development Environments.
Those are applications that provide tools to computer programmers for software development.
An IDE typically consists of at least a source code editor, build automation tools, and a debugger.
Let’s learn how these tools evolved, and the challenges they face to stay up-to-date with the many evolutions in Java and all other programming languages.
And what we can still expect in the future!
Helen Scott (IntelliJ IDEA, @HelenJoScott)
Martin Lippert (Eclipse, Spring Tools Lead at VMware, @martinlippert)
Nick Zhu (Microsoft VSC, @nickzhu9)
Geertjan Wielenga (Apache NetBeans, @GeertjanW)
Frank Delporte (@firstname.lastname@example.org, @frankdelporte)
00’00 Intro and music
00’15 About the topic of this podcast
00’45 Introduction of the guests
04’14 What is an IDE?
07’15 Apache NetBeans as a community project
08’20 About the community around Spring and Eclipse
11’28 OSGi in Eclipse
13’21 How JetBrains build a company around IDEs
17’43 About Java within Visual Studio Code and Microsoft
20’55 Foojay posts about IDEs
22’21 Spring Tools development for IDEs
27’32 IDEs on small platforms
29’42 CodeWithMe in IntelliJ IDEA
31’37 On-line editors
33’15 Main benefits of the different IDEs and what is coming in 2023
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