|Re: [ide-dev] Java IDEs comparison|
There’s one comparison which drives the rest, IMHO.
JetBrains has a product focused organization while Eclipse does not.
I don’t know the internal organization of JetBrains, but their products show they have a strong architect who sees the big picture of their entire product suite and makes sure they have the frameworks in place that they all can reuse to make their products consistent, integrated, and easy to construct. And they have a strong product manager who knows what excites users and drives the development team to build those things.
The Eclipse IDE team does not. That is why every IDE project does things slightly differently and why important features for users don’t get done. I love the great ideas we’re talking about here. They’re not worth much unless we also hear how we can get them done.
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