Why are we doing NINJA-IDE?
NINJA-IDE started as a project focused at providing an IDE specially designed for Python Applications Development, with this scope in mind, we put our ninja-skills into the development of a free and open source project which grows based on the community’s necessities.
Basically, we want to explore and find new features that would improve the performance of any Python Developer, always maintaining NINJA-IDE fast and lightweight for anyone to use it, and compete with the current commercial IDEs out there, and when we say “compete” we mean: to demonstrate that you can have a beautiful application with the most popular features, plus the ones that the ninja-team researches and implements, without the need to pay for any license or use a product where you can’t play with the source code.
How it was born
Buy a beer/coffee to any (or the whole bunch of!) us and we’ll be glad to tell the story 🙂
And if you don’t wanna hear it, assure yourself of we keeping the secret by donating 10 million dollars.
Gabriel Acosta #gabo
Computer Engineering student, passionate about the Python programming language and everything about the Cosmos.
Diego Sarmentero #gatox
Software Freedom Lover, enjoy programming in several languages, and share all the things I’ve learned with the community. Qt Ambassador since 2011, Computer Geek by nature… Human Being??.
Horacio Durán #perrito666
I use ninja even for the grocery list, python fanboy by nature, floss supporter for life and machinalico until death.
Pedro Mourelle #pmourelle
Logo and Website designer. Running his own empire at PmDesign, a tough Computer Analyst that discovered the dark arts of design weapons. His alchemy assembles design and django in ways you could not even imagine. You better watch out.
Ninja-IDE couldn’t be kicking asses without the help of these amazing ninjas.
- Angel Velasquez: Arch Packager.
- Juan Manuel Garcia: Windows Packager.
- Ezequiel Cardinali: Fedora Packager.
- David Corticchiato: MacOS Packager.
Ninja IDE is GPLv3. This doesn’t stand for “Greatest Power Level”, but it’s pretty cool too.
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