Today morning I found this interesting article by neon in one of the internet boards that I am pretty active in. It’s about a new concept of designing IDEs and the way of coding. Instead of organizing your code via files, it is organized in bubbles. Each bubble is shown to you as demanded, i.e. if you need a certain code fragment, for instance a certain method of a class, you just display the code of that certain method (not the entire class, or entire sourcecode file that the class is stored in), in a bubble. You can even add notes to the bubbles or group them into categories, and much more – why don’t you watch the video on it, if you’re interested in the details.