20 years of IntelliJ IDEA
Blog|by Leanne Bevan|20 January 2021
JetBrains launched IntelliJ IDEA in 2001 as one of the first Java IDEs with advanced code navigation and reliable code refactorings to make development more productive and enjoyable. Now, 20 years later in 2021, IntelliJ IDEA is used by over 4 million developers across the world.
The IDE predicts your needs and automates the tedious and repetitive development tasks, so you can stay focused on the big picture.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary, JetBrains is hosting a free IntelliJ IDEA virtual Conference 25-26 February 2021. Sign up and find out more about the agenda here.
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