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Your initial premise is false; text editors are not generally recommended for new programmers. That said: A text editor is simple to learn. IDE's can be very complicated for a new programmer; many of the tools present in an IDE are intended for programmers already familiar with the programming language and its paradigms. Text editors enforce discipline, ...


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Another approach is to move your Netbeans folder to the cloud. That's what I've done. First you need a Dropbox account, if you don't already have one. 2 free GB are more than enough for Netbeans usage. (Of course you can use Google Drive, OneDrive, etc. instead.) Next, create a folder, say, Dropbox\Netbeans and move your .netbeans config folder there. ...


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I am going to address not the legal issue but whether it is a good idea at all. In other words the impact on the company of you choosing to have a personal license. If the product is something that makes your work easier but does not affect the ability of others in your company to maintain the same code, a personal license may be a good idea provided your ...


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For Jetbrains, the corporate license is a license that's not linked to an individual. The personal license is linked to a specific person. What that means inside a company is that if you buy a corporate license for 10 users, any 10 people can use the product at any given time. If however you buy 10 personal licenses, only the 10 specific people who are ...


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If you work for a company that pays for a commercial IDE, then yes, they may well insist that you use it and possibly with good reason. You say all your colleagues have moved to PHPStorm as well - it can be useful sometimes to use the same tools as your colleges, since you can then share experiences, tips and techniques, as well as e.g. standard templates ...



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