2016 Report

100

new organizations

become JetBrains customers daily
(3,250 monthly)

1,130

new individual users

become JetBrains customers daily
(34,500 every month)
including students

Revenue growth by region

Top 6 countries
by paying active users

UNITED STATES

GERMANY

UNITED KINGDOM

NETHERLANDS

CANADA

JAPAN

Customer highlights

740,000

active customers
in 2016

230,000

active paying customers
in 2016

Fortune companies

431

Fortune 500 companies and
98 Fortune 100 companies
use our tools

331 companies

66%

2015

431 companies

86%

2016

336

Fortune Global 500 companies and
81 Fortune Global 100 companies
are our customers

246 companies

49%

2015

336 companies

67%

2016

Product downloads
and usage

Usage growth

YoY increase in downloads
JetBrains Toolbox (desktop products, IDEs + .NET)
Team tools (Upsource, YouTrack, TeamCity & Hub)

17,132,217

total downloads

(up from 12,080,752 in 2015)

Product development
and subscriptions

Old versions

(November 2015 releases)

New versions

Two new products in development

Tool to manage and update
installed products

13.3%

of all JetBrains Toolbox customers
purchase ‘All Products Pack’

Popular product combinations among
All Products Pack subscribers:

IntelliJ IDEA + WebStorm

IntelliJ IDEA + DataGrip

IntelliJ IDEA + PyCharm

ReSharper Ultimate

DataGrip + IntelliJ IDEA + WebStorm

IntelliJ IDEA + PyCharm + WebStorm

JetBrains Toolbox subscriptions,
business vs. individual

Businesses and organizations
  • Annual subscriptions
  • Monthly subscriptions
Individual customers
  • Annual subscriptions
  • Monthly subscriptions

Version 1.0 released
February 16, 2016

150,000

developers from all over
the world have tried Kotlin

podcast

Enters TIOBE top 100

Used by 15 Fortune 500 companies

Community highlights

>30

User groups



>200

Talks on Kotlin in 2016



>5,500

Users in Slack channel

Use inside JetBrains

We're increasingly using Kotlin for most of our internal systems and new, yet unannounced products.

TeamCity and Upsource are the latest adopters of Kotlin, joining YouTrack and IDEs based on IntelliJ Platform such as Rider.

Student license program

 

Number of Student Packs up 81%

University highlights

Top 11 universities

Universities with campus ambassadors

1150 1742 1247 1337 1161 3076 1600 1217 1958 2636 1379

hover on the university
to know its name and location

University of California Berkeley

Berkeley, CA, US

University of St. Jerome's College
University of Waterloo

Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, MI, US

New York University

New York, NY, US

University of Southern California

Los Angeles, CA, US

Arizona State University

Tempe, AZ, US

Royal Institute of Technology

Stockholm, Sweden

École de l'Innovation
et de l'Expertise Informatique

Paris, France

SUPINFO International University
- École Supérieure
d'Informatique de Paris (ESI)

Paris, France

Beijing University
of Posts and Telecommunications

Beijing, China

George Washington University

Washington, DC, US

George Washington University

Washington, DC, US

Florida Institute of Technology

Melbourne, FL, US

Johannesburg University

Johannesburg, South Africa

University of Witwatersrand

Johannesburg, South Africa

TU Delft

Delft, Netherlands

Technical University of Munich

Munich, Germany

Belarus State University

Minsk, Belarus

ETH Zurich

Zurich, Switzerland

Kazan Federal University

Kazan, Russia

EPFL

Lausanne, Switzerland

Peking University

Chengdu, China

Tsinghua University

Beijing, China

Products most used by students:

Rank

Growth in 2016

1

IntelliJ IDEA

2

PyCharm

3

WebStorm

4

PhpStorm

5

CLion

6

ReSharper

7

DataGrip

new product

Learning tools

Team JetBrains

Our R&D and Sales teams

Developer Advocates

650

total employees

110

new employees

18

Average employee age

29

years

67

Breakdown of product
development teams

  • IntelliJ Platform
  • Team Tools
  • .NET
  • Kotlin
  • Other products and teams

JetBrains: The Drive to Develop video (02:07)

Team and company activities in 2016

Team / company activities

Marketing research reports

Issue tracking tools survey 2016 report

We polled over 1,500 participants to find out the most popular issue tracking tools and gain insight into how they are used by different members of software development teams and how developers like them.

Python developers survey 2016 report

A survey conducted among more than 1,000 Python developers to identify the latest trends and gather insight into how the world of Python development looks in 2016. We can see Python becoming the language of choice for more and more developers and Python 3 gaining more popularity.

How developers use databases today

As we considered adding a dedicated tool for working with databases and SQL, we felt it was necessary to better understand how developers used databases. We ran a survey gathering responses from about 2,000 developers. Read this report to find out what we learned.

eBooks

What to Look for in a Code Review

In the book you’ll find a series of tips from Trisha Gee on what to look for when doing code reviews, including aspects of testing, security, performance and more.

Detecting and Solving Memory Problems in .NET

Best practices in finding and solving memory issues in .NET applications based on the experience we've had while developing ReSharper and other products.

Thank you for a remarkable year!