I've used Adobe Dreamweaver for years but I found it to be better suited to design than coding. I never use its WYSIWYG features, just the code editor and tools. It's okay but kind of lightweight as programmers' editors go, so a few weeks ago I got the latest version of Zend Studio. Getting used to working in Zend Studio reminded me that in the past I've used Eclipse to code for Android and Arduino. That old installation was long ago superseded so I figured it was time to update.
Now I've got the regular, non-commercial version of Eclipse set up to handle Java, C/C++, Python, and Tcl, and am ready to get back to experimenting with Java specifically.
My immediate goal is to write a few simple apps for Android, but I plan to try applying modern Java in other ways too. (So far all my Android work has been done in Flash/Actionscript targeting the AIR runtime, not really Android programming as such.)
That's me. Looking forward to meeting like-minded coders and designers, and this looks like a good, active forum for doing that.
[eta] P.S.: The only commercial project I've undertaken in Java was an automated "printing press" to prepare PDF ebooks using LaTeX and make them available to customers for download. Worked pretty well but sadly the company went under; we were ahead of our time.