9 comments
Comment actions Permalink

Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

http://www.jetbrains.com/

Enjoy! :))


Cheeky! :) I like it!

Vil.
--
Vilya Harvey
vilya.harvey@digitalsteps.com / digital steps /
(W) +44 (0)1483 469 480
(M) +44 (0)7816 678 457 http://www.digitalsteps.com/

0
Comment actions Permalink

As I said in the other thread... it could have been worse!! :D

0
Comment actions Permalink

Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

http://www.jetbrains.com/

Enjoy! :))

>


Welcome to Eclipse! :)

Are you guys trying to confuse developers or what?

R

0
Comment actions Permalink

Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

Maxim Shafirov (JetBrains) wrote:

>> http://www.jetbrains.com/
>>
>> Enjoy! :))
>>


Welcome to Eclipse! :)

Are you guys trying to confuse developers or what?

R

P.S. Yeah I know April's Fool...

0
Comment actions Permalink

I like those quotes, I smell a lot of sarcasm in there:

"I mean, those guys were really good, you know? We stole a lot..."

" just might have been pirated from somewhere. I'm not makin' any accusations or anything, but it sure reminds me a whole lot of"

http://www.jetbrains.com/brandNew.html

0
Comment actions Permalink

I like these ones best:

"Like coming back to some place you've been before but you can't remember for the life of you why you ever would have gone there."

"You can find everything OK, but it's, well, how shall I say, it's just there."

So true of the real Eclipse site though I have to say that the second statement is a stretch as the few times I've been there I've found it harder than it should be to find the things I want... kinda like the IBM site. I don't think ease of navigation was ever in their blueprint.

0
Comment actions Permalink

Isn't it ironic that some IDEA users won't get this whole joke at all
simply because their product is so good. :)

N.

ps. Alanis, are you listening? ;)

Rob Bradley wrote:

I like these ones best:

"Like coming back to some place you've been before but you can't remember for the life of you why you ever would have gone there."

"You can find everything OK, but it's, well, how shall I say, it's just there."

So true of the real Eclipse site though I have to say that the second statement is a stretch as the few times I've been there I've found it harder than it should be to find the things I want... kinda like the IBM site. I don't think ease of navigation was ever in their blueprint.

0
Comment actions Permalink

I didn't get it until I read the reference to Eclipse and looked at their
site. I had no reason to ever go to that site before (never will again I
hope). That's what I love about those JetBrainers. Not only do they put out
a killer app, they're also quite funny.

"Nathan Brown" <nedski@yNaOhSoPo.cAoMm> wrote in message
news:c4heq8$ras$2@is.intellij.net...

Isn't it ironic that some IDEA users won't get this whole joke at all
simply because their product is so good. :)

>

N.

>

ps. Alanis, are you listening? ;)

>

Rob Bradley wrote:

>

I like these ones best:

>

"Like coming back to some place you've been before but you can't

remember for the life of you why you ever would have gone there."

>

"You can find everything OK, but it's, well, how shall I say, it's just

there."

>

So true of the real Eclipse site though I have to say that the second

statement is a stretch as the few times I've been there I've found it harder
than it should be to find the things I want... kinda like the IBM site. I
don't think ease of navigation was ever in their blueprint.


0
Comment actions Permalink

ROFLMAO. I didn't get it either. I took a look at eclipse and BAM.

This is so funny.

Smart and a sense of humor!!

Norris Shelton
Sun Certified Java Programmer




Nathan Brown wrote:

Isn't it ironic that some IDEA users won't get this whole joke at all
simply because their product is so good. :)

>

N.

>

ps. Alanis, are you listening? ;)

>

Rob Bradley wrote:

>
>> I like these ones best:
>>
>> "Like coming back to some place you've been before but you can't
>> remember for the life of you why you ever would have gone there."
>>
>> "You can find everything OK, but it's, well, how shall I say, it's
>> just there."
>>
>> So true of the real Eclipse site though I have to say that the second
>> statement is a stretch as the few times I've been there I've found it
>> harder than it should be to find the things I want... kinda like the
>> IBM site. I don't think ease of navigation was ever in their blueprint.
>

0

Please sign in to leave a comment.