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JRebel price for new customers raises to $475.

Starting today, we are raising price for JRebel license to $475 per developer seat per year. This is a 30% raise from the previous price of $365, which has been the price of our enterprise license since 2011. We are grandfathering all renewals in at the previous price until end of 2016, so if you are an existing customer and are renewing seats in the next 14 months, this will not affect you.
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ZeroTurnaround wins EY Estonian Entrepreneur of the Year Award

ZeroTurnaround’s founder Dr Jevgeni Kabanov (LinkedIn, Twitter) has been named Ernst and Young Estonian Entrepreneur of the Year 2015.

The award recognizes a person who stands for the successful development of a company, the story behind it and their attitude towards entrepreneurship in general as well as job creation and economic success. Over 1,500 entrepreneurs were reviewed for the award and after careful consideration 6 finalist remained. Jevgeni was announced the winner at Tallinn’s Kultuurikatel by the Prime Minister of Estonia, Taavi Rõivas.

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XRebel 2.3 release brings DynamoDB, Quartz, JMS, and more!

XRebel 2.3.0 is fresh out of the build machine and available for download right now. This new version comes with many added integrations for various technologies, including Amazon DynamoDB, Quartz, JMS MessageListener, and others.

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Under the hood of JRebel for Android

Under the hood of JRebel for Android

JRebel for Android enables live Android development by skipping the time consuming build and install steps each time you make a change. Early access for JRebel for Android has been available for nearly a month. Now is a good time to look under the hood and understand how JRebel for Android works it magic.

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Is your TDD slow? It doesn’t have to be that way!

The term putting the cart before the horse is fairly easy to understand analogy that means we’re doing tasks out of order. The cart here can’t pull the horse, that just wouldn’t work, unless the cart was motorised. I guess the horse could push the cart, but it makes everything a lot harder. Anyway, we’re already getting off topic. Test Driven Development makes us question which is the horse and which is the cart. Is the development our horse or the testing? Historically, it was a given that we would develop our code first and tests would (sometimes) follow, but in the modern age TDD is an accepted and exercised practice where a developer would understand the functional behaviour of a given function or class and write tests first that enforces that behaviour. Once the bounds of the new code have been put into place, a developer can safely code with a happier feeling that their development code will match the brief expected of it. So which is the horse? Well, it depends if you follow TDD practices or not!

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JRebel 6.2.5 delivers improvements for Spring and remote server security

Spring framework support improved

This release delivers important improvements to our Spring framework support. Reloading is faster thanks to the improved file system scanning. Also, support for the @Autowired annotation is improved: we now support editing these definitions and adding new dependencies.

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ZeroTurnaround getting in the Zone (JavaZone that is!)

JavaZone is not only known for their awesome and sometimes cheeky promotional videos, top content, food and location but also a great party. This year was no exception, the two day conference held at the Oslo Spektrum in Norway consisted of never ending food options, top notch speakers and an awesome party, which this year was held in the expo hall. This was the first year ZeroTurnaround sponsored the event and we are glad we did!

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JRebel 6.2.4 – Out Now!

We’re happy to announce JRebel 6.2.4 is now available, update today!

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Java Developers: Profile While You Code, Perform Better!

There is a lot of talk about Java Developers testing their own code. Everyone assumes it makes for better code, but does it? Well, if you haven’t yet checked out the latest report from RebelLabs which surveyed over 1500 Java Developers  “Developer Productivity Report 2015: Java Performance Survey Results”, you definitely should.

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Announcing the Early Access of JRebel for Android: Live Android Development

If you’re an android developer, you’ll be all too familiar with the dull and boring loop you endure every day — code-install-build-run-code-install-builzzzzzzzzz! But it doesn’t have to be this way!. Hopefully you have already heard by now that JRebel for Android enables you to see your code changes instantly. Now that’s what we call live Android development! You know, without the install, build or run stages!

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