"What I Develop With IDEA" Presentation at IDEA Fan Club Meeting

I would be interested in hearing what other people work on, but to be
fair, I would be willing to talk about what I work on, if anyone is
interested.

So what do I work on?

Ever hear of the Hubble Space Telescope? :)

I'd be happy to bring some glossy pictures and posters.

All we need is:

1. A group of people who want to listen
2. Someplace to meet

Donald McLean
Space Telescope Science Institute

(speaking only for myself, although many on my team have been converted)

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I was working on a project that was using Intellij to build a J2EE product
for Memberclicks.com.

I'm now working on a .NET SOAP project as an add-on to a past project, and
I have to tell you that IDEA has me so spoiled. I forgot you have to
compile the source to see if there are errors, and life without refactoring
and variable highlighting just sucks. To be honest, the .NET product is
pretty good from a framework standpoing. However there are NO refactoring
tools for .NET.

Anyway, I'm also working on a side-project using Intellij, JBoss, and SOFIA
(most likely). I've looked at other IDEs, but they just pale in comparison
when it comes to "being productive". The Intellij team rocks. I'd like to
know how their processes and project management is set up. :)


On Fri, 09 May 2003 10:50:39 -0400, Donald F. McLean <dmclean@stsci.edu>
wrote:

I would be interested in hearing what other people work on, but to be
fair, I would be willing to talk about what I work on, if anyone is
interested.

>

So what do I work on?

>

Ever hear of the Hubble Space Telescope? :)

>

I'd be happy to bring some glossy pictures and posters.

>

All we need is:

>

1. A group of people who want to listen
2. Someplace to meet

>

Donald McLean
Space Telescope Science Institute

>

(speaking only for myself, although many on my team have been converted)

>
>



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Interesting, what do you mean by VS.NET is pretty good from a framework
standpoint?

--

Eugene Belyaev, CTO
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.intellij.com
"Develop with pleasure!"



"Leif Ashley" <leifashley@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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I was working on a project that was using Intellij to build a J2EE product
for Memberclicks.com.

>

I'm now working on a .NET SOAP project as an add-on to a past project, and
I have to tell you that IDEA has me so spoiled. I forgot you have to
compile the source to see if there are errors, and life without

refactoring

and variable highlighting just sucks. To be honest, the .NET product is
pretty good from a framework standpoing. However there are NO refactoring
tools for .NET.

>

Anyway, I'm also working on a side-project using Intellij, JBoss, and

SOFIA

(most likely). I've looked at other IDEs, but they just pale in comparison
when it comes to "being productive". The Intellij team rocks. I'd like to
know how their processes and project management is set up. :)

>
>

On Fri, 09 May 2003 10:50:39 -0400, Donald F. McLean <dmclean@stsci.edu>
wrote:

>

I would be interested in hearing what other people work on, but to be
fair, I would be willing to talk about what I work on, if anyone is
interested.

>

So what do I work on?

>

Ever hear of the Hubble Space Telescope? :)

>

I'd be happy to bring some glossy pictures and posters.

>

All we need is:

>

1. A group of people who want to listen
2. Someplace to meet

>

Donald McLean
Space Telescope Science Institute

>

(speaking only for myself, although many on my team have been converted)

>
>

>
>
>

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I think he means the .NET framework, not VS.NET

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