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IMHO the best comment in this thread is:
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I usually use Eclipse, for financial reasons, but I've used IntelliJ for
a few months at a different company, and I regretted getting back to
Eclipse. Eclipe is acceptable, but to me IntelliJ was much more
intuitive to use. Of course there's a little bit of a learning curve
-IDE's are complex programs. But I remember often being pleased with
finding functionality at places where I expected/guessed/hoped it would
be. I've rarely used a program this complex that felt so 'natural'. I
completely agree with the advice before to give it a try; if my boss
would pay for it, I'd switch immediately.
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Serge Baranov schrieb:

http://ask.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=06/01/15/023259

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Serge Baranov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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No, this is the best one ... as highlighted by Rick Ross over at the JavaLobby ...

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Eclipse == free
IntelliJ == NOT free

That's enough for me right there. +

Is that how you make all your decisions?

No condoms == free
Using condoms == NOT free

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+But I remember often being pleased with
finding functionality at places where I expected/guessed/hoped it would
be. I've rarely used a program this complex that felt so 'natural'.+

Bang!

There it is! Right there!

Exactly.

When folk keep bugging me as to why I pay for IDEA, that's exactly what I'm going to say!

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