Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Poll #1: Which IDE - results so far

I'm going to leave the poll up for the week, but the results so far look like this.

1) Eclipse/IntelliJ = 45%
2) JDeveloper = 4%
3) Netbeans/JBuilder/Websphere Studio = 2%

I'm glad Eclipse is right up there, makes our decision to go for it seem okay. I am truely interested in checking out the latest version of JDeveloper. Might take a copy home and give it a go there.

Anyway, I will update you with the final results before I close out the poll at the end of the week.

For next week I'm thinking about something to do with Web Services adoption. Thanks to everyone who expressed an opinion and I will set up some form of archive for these next week.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'm just speculating here, but I imagine that if you ran separate polls for professional Java developers and for open source/hobby developers, you'd find that IntelliJ IDEA is way ahead among professionals, while Eclipse is way ahead among those who don't get paid to code.

-- Doug

Anonymous said...

So Eclipse is close to IDEA. I'd be using Windows if I thought polls indicated what was a good choice.

Poll only those developers making $75k a year or more. See what the pros use. Not some dirt poor college student who thinks price is a big factor in determining what is best.

Matt Large said...

I guess it is up to you what you want to get out of this poll. I think you points about only trying to poll a certain horizontal slice of the development community are valid to a point, but hard to implement.

I posted the question, which IDE do you use and I have recieved a lot of answers. I'll be posting the full results at the end of the week and people can make up their own minds.

For the next poll I will take on your comments and attempt to make it more of a smart question.

As always, thanks for the comments.

Steve said...

Let me know if you have any questions on JDeveloper 10g after giving it a run for its money.

http://radio.weblogs.com/0118231/

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