Product Marketing Manager, JetBrains PyCharm
Introducing PyCharm 2022.1!
PyCharm 2021.2 comes with the long-awaited authentication support for custom package repositories, improved TypedDict support, and a redesigned UI for Docker.
Free course: Static Sites with Sphinx and Markdown
We are happy to announce the new Static Sites with Sphinx and Markdown Course, resulting from the partnership between PyCharm (through Paul Everitt) and Talk Python. This is a free course that will teach you how to build better documentation for your libraries, as well as stand-alone static sites, in general, using Markdown and Sphinx. While Sphinx is usually associated with reStructuredTex
Tutorial: Developing FastAPI Applications using K8s & AWS
We're happy to announce the new PyCharm Guide tutorial by Mukul Mantosh, this time on FastAPI, Kubernetes, and AWS. In the video below he talks to Paul Everitt and shares a sneak peek at what you should expect from this amazing — almost 6 hours long — course. Let's take a quick look! https://youtu.be/SzYbRC5-3g0 REST APIs In The Cloud In this free tutorial, you will build a sample e-com
PyCharm 2022.1 EAP is open!
It's that time of the year when we count on your early feedback to help us prepare for the next major PyCharm release. The Early Acces Program (EAP) is designed to give our users and community members the chance to contribute to a better PyCharm by increasing the amount of testing we do and helping us identify bugs and usability problems that would be hard to catch just through our internal proces
PyCharm 2021.3.2 Is Out
Bug fixes highlighted in this second minor release of PyCharm 2021.3: Download PyCharm 2021.3.2 For the full list of issues addressed in PyCharm 2021.3.2 please check the release notes.Found a bug? Please report it using our bug tracker.
Together, We Supported Python!
Last November, PyCharm joined forces with the Python Software Foundation (PSF) for their end-of-the-year fundraiser. From November 9 to December 1, all proceeds from every new PyCharm Professional Edition license purchased with the discount code ‘SUPPORTPYTHON21’ went to the PSF’s general fund. The Python Software Foundation is the main organization behind the Python programming language. As a
Early Access PyCharm Podcast: PyCharm and the 2021.3 release
In this episode, Nafiul talks to Andrey Vlasovskikh, PyCharm's team lead, and Aleksei Kniazev, responsible for PyCharm's web frameworks support, about the 2021.3 PyCharm release. They talked about the new FastAPI support as well as about the new "Endpoints" tool window present in PyCharm Pro. But that's not all, the team also discussed the new Jupyter Support, a long-awaited feature, and why Je
PyCharm 2021.3.1 Is Out!
The first minor release of PyCharm 2021.3 contains multiple bug fixes: Download PyCharm 2021.3.1 For the full list of issues addressed in PyCharm 2021.3.1, please see the release notes.Found a bug? Please report it using our bug tracker.
Introducing PyCharm 2021.3!
We’ve been working hard to deliver features in PyCharm that will make you more productive and your coding smoother. This release cycle introduces Poetry support, the new FastAPI project type, the Beta version of our remote development support, a redesigned Jupyter notebook experience, and much more! Download PyCharm 2021.3 In this blog post, we will go through some of the highlights. Poetry Supp
Last day to buy PyCharm and Support Python!
You still have 1 day to purchase your PyCharm Pro license at 30% off and have the full amount of your purchase donated directly to the PSF! Buy PyCharm and Support Python PyCharm joins the Python Software Foundation on their end-of-the-year fundraiser one more time! Since November 9 you can purchase a new PyCharm Pro individual license at 30% off, and have the full amount of your purchase donated
PyCharm 2021.3 Release Candidate 2
It's almost time! This is the final build before the 2021.3 major release. Our team is now working on the last details so you can enjoy the new exciting features that are coming to PyCharm really soon. Download PyCharm 2021.3 RC2 Previously highlighted features: Poetry Support (Documentation) New FastAPI Project Type (Documentation) New Jupyter Notebook Experience (Documentation) Remote
PyCharm 2021.3 Release Candidate Is Out
PyCharm’s 2021.3 major release is right around the corner, and now the PyCharm team is fine-tuning the new features and fixing important bugs. As we approach the end of our EAP - Early Access Program, we’d like to thank everyone who joined it, tested the new features, commented on Twitter, submitted bug reports, and etc. Your contribution always makes all the difference! Download PyCharm 2021.3