Meet the PyCharm Team in Berlin, Germany at EuroPython 2014

europythonJuly 21 – 27, the JetBrains PyCharm Team will be in Berlin, Germany for EuroPython 2014. The conference will be held in the Berlin Congress Center which is found in the immediate vicinity of the Fernsehturm at Alexanderplatz, right in the centre of Berlin.

The EuroPython conference is the second largest global conference for the popular programming language Python, after the PyCon US conference in North America. It is aimed at everyone in the Python community, of all skill levels, both professional programmers and those who just started learning this fantastic language. There will be more than 120 talks in five different tracks, including one by JetBrains:

Python Debugger Uncovered – Thursday, July 24 at 11:45
by Dmitry Trofimov

This talk will explain how to implement a debugger for Python. We’ll start with setting a simple trace function, then look how it is implemented in modern IDEs like PyCharm and Pydev. Then we go further in the details and uncover the tricks used to implement some cool features like exception handling and multiprocess debugging.

The show represents a great opportunity to meet three members of the PyCharm Team, learn about the latest release, our current developments or just say hi. We invite you to stop by with your questions and chat about your experiences with PyCharm and other JetBrains products. We will be raffling some PyCharm licenses so be sure to register and grab some of our cool giveaways.

PyCharm_team

We look forward to meeting you there! For more information on the EuroPython 2014 conference, please visit the official website.

Develop with pleasure!
PyCharm team

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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