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    Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    IDEA is a product of JetBrains, a company based in Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, whose developers are mainly Eastern European programmers known for their rigor. Its Ultimate Edition also supports HTML, CSS, PHP, MySQL, Python and more. The free version only supports a few languages such as Java and Kotlin.


    I don't know that Russia is now in the field of Internet, computer and chip hardware. What are the cutting-edge technologies in the world?

    WinRAR is a file compression management shareware developed by Eugene Roshal (so the full name of RAR is: Roshal ARchive).
    Eugene Roshal was born on March 10, 1972 in Russia. Graduated from Chelyabinsk Polytechnic University, Russia. Also the author of FAR file manager.

    Russia has still not recovered from the trauma of the war around 1940. IT companies and the invention of great software products, INTEL chips, high-end AI graphics cards, etc. all require strong economic strength and a stable national environment.
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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    > I thought this country belonged to Russia.

    Yes, this as true as Taiwan belonging to China or something :-))

    Earth geography forbiden in schools by CCP?

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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    JetBrains is headquartered in Czech Republic, and its founder is Russian.

    Do you know seven world-class softwares made by Russians? -BiLi BiLi
    https://www.bilibili.com/read/cv28507962/

    My English is not good, but with the online translation website, basic reading is not a problem.
    Is online translation useless in other countries? Chinese must download the WINDOWS Simplified Chinese Package, which may be 100MB?
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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    The Czech Republic has no foundation in Russia nor in Russia's hands, your understanding of the world is VERY wrong, please amend your country's skoolbuks.

    You must have a chat with a Czech nationalist one day and see how your nose feels after just a short conversation.
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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, the programming language of this Prague-based startup became the preferred development tool for Google Android last year, worth about $7 billion (about 45.78 billion yuan). This valuation will make Sergey Dmitriev and Valentin Kipiatkov billionaires, and they are two of the three Russian founders of JetBrains, which was incorporated in 2000.
    According to Maxim Shafirov, CEO of JetBrains, the company claims to be one of the largest programmers' employers in St. Petersburg, and it is not interested in raising funds when the demand of technology companies is strong. "Venture capitalists write letters every other day. I feel that I am a very impolite and unfriendly person because I have stopped answering," Shafirov said in an interview. "We have enough resources to realize our ambitions.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    Quote Originally Posted by xiaoyao View Post
    My English is not good
    In general your English is terrible, because of the appalling translators that you use and the amount of gibberish you post.
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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    Quote Originally Posted by xiaoyao View Post
    According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, the programming language of this Prague-based startup
    It has NOTHING to do with Russia.
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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    Prague, the capital of Czech Republic, is not a part of Russia. However, JetBrains has two founders who are also Russian, and they have earned billions to tens of billions of dollars from them. I don't know the specific situation, but just the data searched from BING and some websites.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    The whole thread is non sequitur. I'll just post a picture of a Russian sausage.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 type IDE in Russia?

    I am not targeting controversial issues such as the United States, Ukraine, and Russia. I am only analyzing issues from a scientific perspective.
    For example, why don’t Russia, India, and Japan have globally popular software or APPs like Facebook, Twitter, and GITHUB?
    Like China around 2000, Taobao, Ali, and Baba Bussiness were just like Amazon. They had no money at the time. Japan's SoftBank invested US$20 million, but they didn't dare to accept their US$40 million investment.
    Because there is too much investment, the company becomes Japanese. In the end, SoftBank Group still obtained about 45% of the shares, and Jack Ma, as the founder, only had less than 5% of the shares.
    Some of the text below is just the opinions expressed by others on certain websites:

    For example, the well-known JetBrains company is headquartered in Russia, and Russian programmers are often active in major open source organizations. In the early years, nginx also originated from an open source organization in Russia. However, Russia has indeed not developed world-famous Internet companies like China and the United States. The main reasons are as follows: First, from a historical background, Russia’s Internet industry developed relatively late, and was restricted by policy, economic and other factors in the early stage. , it is difficult to form an Internet industry gathering place like Silicon Valley in the United States. At the same time, the Russian Internet industry also lacks global leading companies such as Facebook and Google to lead the development of the industry. Secondly, Russia’s Internet industry is mainly concentrated in some traditional fields, such as search engines (Yandex), social media (Telegram), e-commerce, etc., while in some emerging Internet fields, such as artificial intelligence, blockchain, etc., Russia’s development Relatively slow. This also limits the speed of innovation and development of the Russian Internet industry.

    I digress. Russian mathematics education is destined to produce a lot of geniuses. Those who are strong in mathematics may not necessarily be strong in programming, but these people are likely to be strong in algorithms and have strong abstraction and problem-solving abilities, so the competition rankings of Russian programmers will be relatively high. sharp. But two more important things are needed to create an Internet giant. The first is capital, especially venture capital. It can be said that without venture capital, there would be no Internet giants, because Internet companies burn a lot of money when they start. There are only oligarchs in Russia, and capital is concentrated in the traditional energy field where it is easier to make money. There is limited capital to invest in high technology. And compared to talented programmers, even Internet companies need a large number of screw-type programmers. The only countries that can provide a large number of relatively low-cost programmers are China and India. These programmers can only stay and work hard in domestic Internet companies, while elite programmers prefer to go to Silicon Valley to earn higher salaries. Therefore, there may be more outstanding Russian programmers in Silicon Valley than in Russia. Although they serve the United States, they are still labeled as Russian programmers.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    You ALWAYS digress.
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    Re: Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    JetBrains has an office in St. Petersburg, Russia, and in addition to its three founders, nearly half of its employees are based in Russia. According to Shafirov, JetBrains’ Russian colleagues have moved elsewhere and the company will continue to support them while continuing to build the best developer and team products.
    JetBrains Origin
    JetBrains is a software development company founded in 2000. It is headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic, and has offices in St. Petersburg, Russia, and Boston, the United States. The founders of JetBrains are three Russians, Sergey Dmitriev, Valentin Kipiatkov and Eugene Belyaev. Among them, Sergey Dmitriev served as the CEO of JetBrains until 2012 when he was succeeded by Maxim Shafirov.
    Sergey Dmitriev graduated from St. Petersburg State University in Russia. In 1996, he entered TogetherSoft (a software company later acquired by Borland). It was here that he met his future partners Valentin Kipiatkov and Eugene Belyaev, all three of whom were working at TogetherSoft. Work related to Java tool development, which also accumulated experience for subsequent development of IDEA. In 2000, the three set up a new company IntelliJ (later renamed JetBrains), and then released the famous Java integrated development tool IntelliJ IDEA. IntelliJ IDEA is also considered one of the best programming tools for Java.
    Since then, JetBrains has been out of control, launching tools such as PhpStorm, WebStorm, PyChram, AppCode, DataGrip, etc. At the same time, it also launched a new language for JVM, Kotlin. Kotlin is also called the successor of Java by Google. By. Although it is not listed on the market, JetBrains is valued at nearly 10 billion US dollars.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    My original intention was whether there is any IDE developed in Russia, such as VB6,
    In fact, the Russians developed JetBrains, a series of IDEs, python, c#, java, etc., and they are the best tools in the world.
    Likewise, interested in their achievements in the Internet, gaming computers, etc.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    Russia's approach worries me. Its country's software technology is seriously backward, but it has to increase procurement costs for enterprises.
    China's automobile industry has been 30-50 years behind the United States and Germany, but new energy vehicles have finally caught up and are only behind Tesla, which is about the same technical level. Mainly by providing subsidies to domestic car manufacturers to reduce various taxes and fees when we buy cars.
    During the Trump period, some high-end AI graphics cards were also banned from being sold to some of our companies. If you just raise the sales price, this won't be a problem

    South Korea is small in area, but they have a strong local awareness in the high-end field. For example, there are many excellent Korean TV dramas, which are watched by Chinese people. The country will require actors in their TV dramas to use Samsung's new mobile phones as much as possible. To develop an industry, it depends on spiritual strength and some correct national laws and policies.
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    ABOUT: RE: Russia’s Digital Development Minister Maksut Shadaev said the government is considering charging local companies for using foreign software as Moscow seeks to reduce its reliance on foreign technology and strengthen its own.
    Putin signed a decree in early May 2024 that by 2030, at least 80% of companies in key economic fields must transition to using domestically developed software.

    Although a package of sanctions passed by the European Union in December last year banned companies from supplying enterprise and design-related software to Russia, many Russian companies still use foreign software in their daily operations.

    The move is therefore aimed at reducing Russia's dependence on foreign technology - charging companies for using foreign software will push them to switch to homegrown software.

    Russia's Minister of Digital Development Shadayev believes that taxing Russian companies will "balance" foreign software and Russian software.

    Shadayev said that without financial incentives, companies are unlikely to give up commonly used software, and in addition to financial incentives, incentives should also include "tax incentives." We are talking about reducing the tax burden on companies using Russian software. The specific parameters of these two mechanisms are still under discussion and no specific details are available.
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    Re: Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    This thread is all about digression.

    It is nothing but digression.

    Here is a picture of stuffed Russian cabbage.

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    Re: Is there a VB6 OR Other IDE in Russia?

    Quote Originally Posted by yereverluvinuncleber View Post
    Here is a picture of stuffed Russian cabbage.
    After digression comes digestion!

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