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Should someone considering a switch bother with IntelliJ in Action?

Ken Blair
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Sorry if this has been asked, I saw a couple remarks on who the book is targeted for but they only described developers who are using IntelliJ. I'm wondering if this book would be an appropriate resource for someone considering a switch from another IDE? Does it give a general overview of IntelliJ's features and what they mean to day-to-day development or would you need to be an IntelliJ user to get something from it?
 
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