Modern IDEs are complex beast. Even IDE developers say that they sometimes discover new features only while reading the IDE's code. And does this sound familiar: your colleague is trying to find a class in the project tree, and he doesn't remember the name of the class, and so you are trying hard to scream:"Just press Ctrl+Shift+E!!!"
Generally, developers just use IDE and so often do not utilize the power of automated refactorings, shortcuts, fast navigation, and other awesome features that IDEs provide.
Anton will present a system for getting know your IDE more structurally. Audience will learn a lot of tips and tricks, and a lot of different shortcuts will be also covered.
In this talk IntelliJ IDEA will be used for demonstration, but it doesn't mean that if listener uses some other IDE the talk won't be useful for him. Quite the opposite! Listeners will be able either to transfer the acquired knowledge for working with IDE, or just switch to IDEA :)
Anton Arhipov, ZeroTurnaround
Product Manager at ZeroTurnaround, involved in development of JRebel and XRebel, the tools for Java developers. Anton has been involved in professional development on Java for more than 10 years. His professional interests include everything about Java, but also other programming languages, middleware and developer tooling.