I purchased the last version of IntelliJ Idea and would upgrade if I see significant incentives in the product to do so. At the moment they seem to be throwing a lot of effort into releasing new products rather than working on existing products.
I can see an advantage for someone who wants the entire suite of products as long as new products are constantly added but not so much for someone who just wants Idea. With a subscription they have no incentive to make a product better as they have you hooked into using that product, if you want to keep using it you need to keep up the subscription.
Personally I can see myself going in other directions for what I want to do now that this has come in.
The real questions that needs to be answered is what the support lifecycle for Windows 10 is. With Windows 7 we are right to 2020, with Windows 8.1 it is good until 2023
Personally I still like KDE's way of thinking about things, that you are far better off creating multiple workspaces all based on a common desktop environment that suit different types of hardware (Desktop, Netbook and future touch interfaces) rather than creating a monolithic interface that tries to bridge across all types of hardware it might be used on.
In any case anything is better than Unity and they both beat the rubbish Windows 8 interface.
The results of this survey were a bit of a surprise, although I like KDE personally, you sometimes get the feeling that it just does not get the lovin' that it deserves.
As an avid player I fully support them doing this kind of thing as one of the many things that they can do, such as doing mass bans on hacking accounts. Cheating really does put doubt into the game at times.
I wonder if this is going to be one of the first big exploits that will affect Windows XP and leave the masses of users still using it vulnerable.
This only refers to updates to their AV and Anti Malware products, the OS update will still stop on that date.
It is a good excuse to get Management that might have been dragging their tails up update to something more modern.
It is actually an interesting concept. Many Libraries that I am involved with in a support role are struggling to find a place in a modern world where the majority of people have the information that they need at their finger tips. People just do not visit Libraries in the way they used to.
They are often now becoming a community service operation for the disadvantaged and often have more people using the internet than people actually borrowing books but even then the level of visitation makes it hard to justify them staying open.
Ended up being done by the main anesthetist who did a local and went in deep.
Many times when giving blood they have to have a couple of goes, it can be a pain.
Been using it for a while. It is like WinAmp without the crud.
A debugged program is one for which you have not yet found the conditions that make it fail. -- Jerry Ogdin