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Poll Result: NetBeans Is Favorite Oracle/Sun Supported IDE

This past week's java.net poll, which was somewhat playfully suggested to me by Java Champion Adam Bien via Twitter last week, had the result that I expected: NetBeans is developers' favorite Oracle/Sun supported IDE, with JDeveloper trailing by a long margin. In case you don't know, Adam Bien really likes NetBeans. In September he wrote a post, Why Oracle Should Continue to Push NetBeans, that drew wide readership (and 28 comments thus far). So, that's part of why he told me he considered such a poll "somehow relevant." Getting back to our poll, a total of 561 votes were cast, making this one of the more popular recent java.net polls. The exact question and results were: What is your favorite Oracle/Sun supported IDE? 3% (18 votes) - JDeveloper 77% (434 votes) - NetBeans 2% (14 votes) - They're both good 6% (33 votes) - I don't know 11% (62 votes) - Other As you can see, the voting indeed was not close. The two comments that were posted were both related to the "they're both good" option. jwenting said "It's hard for me to decide which of them I like least, which would automatically make me like the other better." On the other hand, melbeltagy considers both IDEs good, while also partially criticizing the premise of the poll: It's not a matter of which one is better or which one I like the most. Each one of them serves a specific category of products. I mean tha...


Date: January, 22 2010
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2010/01/22/poll-result-netbeans-favorite-oraclesun-supported-ide


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