[Video] PyCharm Web Magic: Building a Pinterest Clone

PyCharm logoOn Thursday, December 12th, we held our webinar, PyCharm Web Magic: Building a Pinterest Clone in 60 Minutes with John Lindquist.

While the live webinar went without a hitch, we encountered technical problems with the recording that prevents us from publishing the video. We apologize for any inconvenience and would like to strongly recommend that you attend the live events whenever possible.

John has graciously recorded and published to JetBrains YouTube Channel a condensed screencast version of the webinar to accommodate the many requests that we have received. Watch him build a Pinterest Clone in less than 25 minutes!

PyCharm Professional Edition provides much more than just your standard Python development tools. John Lindquist will demonstrate the workflow and tools to make using databases, Flask, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript a breeze by building and deploying a Pinterest clone. Come learn many of the tips and tricks PyCharm provides to turbocharge your daily tasks.

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About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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11 Responses to [Video] PyCharm Web Magic: Building a Pinterest Clone

  1. argwohn says:

    Thank you very much for this very instructive video.

    I like this condensed format better than the live recordings with.

    Keep up the (very) good work ;) and have a happy chrismas.

  2. David Ichim says:

    “We apologize for any inconvenience and would like to strongly recommend that you attend the live events whenever possible.”
    Perhaps when your conference software will allow or have a Linux client people like me would be inclined to do so but until then working on Linux I will always have to wait for the recording

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Understand. We are finding ways to switch from GoToWebinar to something that supports linux. Do you have any on your mind?

      • David Ichim says:

        I don’t know how many people usually login into these webinars and there probably aren’t any commercial products that care also for Linux users given the marketshare of Linux in general.

        At the top of my head I was thinking of Google Hangouts since you can record the video screenshare, you can also chat however there is a limit of 100 people which might not be enough.
        Still it’s free and it would work also for Linux…

        • Dmitry Filippov says:

          We’d like to use one platform for all our company webinars. For PyCharm we have 300+ registrants. Less actual attendees, but still far more than 100. For IDEA webinars we have much much more… So yeah we have some requirements for webinar platforms and we are evaluating some of them at the moment. Hangouts looks simple and promising, however some restrictions. Anyway, we’d like to support linux users. Btw, more than half of PyCharm team are linux users.

  3. Artem says:

    Thanks for the video. Really helps to discover PyCharm features. The format can be a good content strategy for you as well as for us.

  4. Krish says:

    Thanks for sharing kind informative video, i would really want to try out the proffesional edition of PyCharm.

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