Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 10th Mar 2010 22:16 UTC, submitted by kang327
General Development Brown University has developed an IDE for Java called Code Bubbles that takes a pretty radical departure from current IDEs. While most IDEs, such as Eclipse are file-based, Code Bubbles is based on fragments. The system appears to support reading and editing code with fragments, multi-tasking, annotating and sharing, and debugging with bubbles. There's a website with video too.
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by roar on Wed 10th Mar 2010 23:43 UTC
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This looks very neat, reminds me of Squeak/Smalltalk - maybe it's just the bubbles ;) . Applied for the beta. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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by Tuishimi on Wed 10th Mar 2010 23:50 in reply to "cool"
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Me too! I could actually get into something like that ... assuming project set up is somewhat simple - if there is such a concept.

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