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Discussion on: Which are the best Java IDEs

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Ry

I used to use Eclipse and switched to IntelliJ about years back. There is a bit of a learning curve with the switch, but it was well worth it. There is a paid version of Eclipse called MyEclipse I here is good.

Most of the other prority IDEs look and feel like Eclipse.

Does NetBeans still exist?

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MSchleckser

Netbeans still exists. It was my first in college. Great IDE but it has not aged well.

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Ry

HAHA. You never forget your first!

It was my first too, but Oracle is where software goes to die except for gov't work