We strongly believe in open source and supporting the developer community is a priority.
1.1M Free licenses were provided
1.5M Developers edited Kotlin code
64 Employees working on Kotlin
161 Community events we participated in
provided 1,147,823 complimentary licenses in 2018!
educational license packs were issued in 2018 to students and faculty members. That’s 28% more than the year before.
JetBrains and GitHub co-operated to grant free licenses to students already enrolled in the GitHub Student Developer Pack program.
schools and universities received 112,072 free licenses for classroom assistance.
open source projects received 5,809 free licenses for non-commercial open source development.
countries around the world received JetBrains licenses for free to raffle at meetups and community events. These 840 user groups distributed a total of 9,690 licenses.
Google Developers Experts, Java Champions, Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, and ASPInsiders received free All Products Packs.
JetBrains is heavily involved in the open source community, providing complimentary licenses and contributing products and code.
Only open source products: IntelliJ IDEA Community Edition & PyCharm Community Edition
By number of forks
By number of stars
Kotlin 1.3 Released: Coroutines, Kotlin/Native, and Multiplatform Projects
Slack + Stack Overflow
Kotlin GitHub repositories
lines of Kotlin code
employees working on the project
attendees from 52 countries
and we attended ICPC World Finals in particular. It was a great experience to talk directly to 600 contest participants and about 100 regional contest directors from all around the world, about their tasks in education and JetBrains tools helping them to solve the tasks.
during 2018 including 10 JetBrains Nights with 9 of those in Asia. More than 1,000 developers participated in JetBrains Day Seoul, South Korea, alone!
This year we gave away more than 17k yo-yos.