JavaPolis: Promote your IntelliJ IDEA plugins


Attention plug-in developers! The folks at JavaPolis.com have announced a
new event for the JavaPolis 2005 show... the Plug-in Bazaar. According to
JavaPolis, they would like to:

"...extend a special invitation to Eclipse, NetBeans and (IntelliJ) IDEA
Plug-in Developers. A rich Plug-in ecosystem exists in Europe and we'd like
to give you the opportunity to meet one another, API to API. You'll have
a chance to experience demos of each other's plug-ins and projects, to discuss
issues and solutions and future directions."

As of this posting, no IntelliJ IDEA plug-in developers have signed up yet...
YIPE!! Come on, folks, are you going to let those Eclipse and NetBeans guys
grab ALL the glory? We know there are great plug-ins for IntelliJ IDEA out
there... don't miss this super chance to promote yours.

You can get all the details right here:
http://wiki.javapolis.com/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=15036

See you at JavaPolis 2005

-The IntelliJ IDEA Development Team


7 comments

This sounds like a fun afternoon! Just imagine a IG/IPP demo and the "ooohs" and "aaaahs" that would follow from the non-enlightened crowd. There are many smaller but still very nice plugins that would cause such effect.

Too bad Antwerp is a bit too far from home :)

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"Come on, folks, are you going to let those Eclipse and NetBeans guys grab
ALL the glory?" - That's funny, I don't remember seeing anyone from
JetBrains at JavaOne. It was like a NetBeans love-fest.

"Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains)" <max@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
news:488e3f9b112988c7b43c54eb52b0@news.jetbrains.com...
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Attention plug-in developers! The folks at JavaPolis.com have announced a
new event for the JavaPolis 2005 show... the Plug-in Bazaar. According to
JavaPolis, they would like to:

>

"...extend a special invitation to Eclipse, NetBeans and (IntelliJ) IDEA
Plug-in Developers. A rich Plug-in ecosystem exists in Europe and we'd
like to give you the opportunity to meet one another, API to API. You'll
have a chance to experience demos of each other's plug-ins and projects,
to discuss issues and solutions and future directions."

>

As of this posting, no IntelliJ IDEA plug-in developers have signed up
yet... YIPE!! Come on, folks, are you going to let those Eclipse and
NetBeans guys grab ALL the glory? We know there are great plug-ins for
IntelliJ IDEA out there... don't miss this super chance to promote yours.

>

You can get all the details right here:
http://wiki.javapolis.com/confluence/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=15036

>

See you at JavaPolis 2005

>

-The IntelliJ IDEA Development Team

>



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Dmitry Kashin wrote:

Bas will do it :)


:) I might even do it. It's only a couple of hours driving from were
I'm sitting.

Bas

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Imagine the feed-back for the Rearranger plug-in...

Tom

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Hello Bas,

That indeed would be great. I've noticed a "competing" plugin for Eclipse
named Argus Codewatch is registered here :)

-


Maxim Shafirov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Hi Max,

I've signed up, but now I see I will need to update the documentation which is a bit out of date. Perhaps I'll meet you there, we could give Argus Codewatch some encouragement:-)

Bas

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