Release Candidate for PyCharm 2021.1.3 Is Out
This Release Candidate for the minor PyCharm 2021.1.3 release contains a list of fixes to make your PyCharm 2021.1 experience smoother. Note that the following functionality is only available in PyCharm Professional: support for Django, frontend, and databases. Thank you for all the feedback you’ve shared with us in our issue tracker! DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2021.1.3 RC Here are the major bug fixes:
Join us for some Fun with PyCharm and Postgres
In this webinar, we are going to talk about databases, particularly PostgreSQL, a powerful, open-source object-relational database system. Our guest speaker, Craig Kerstiens, will be sharing his extensive knowledge about the topic. Get ready to dive into Postgres! We'll take a look at: Rich data types and indexing, such as JSON inside Postgres and indexing with GIN and GiST indexes Things
PyCharm 2021.2 EAP Has Started!
Time to try new features and weight in with your active feedback! We are opening a new cycle of the Early Access Program for those of you eager to try, discuss, and maybe even contribute to new PyCharm features before they’re commonly used by the Python community. As usual, our main goal for the EAP is to give you a sense of what to expect in the upcoming PyCharm 2021.2 release. We are hoping to g
PyCharm 2021.1.2 is out!
The second minor release of PyCharm 2021.1 contains several bug fixes in different functional areas, from the overall performance and working with Jupyter Notebooks to working with databases. Take a look at what’s inside! Download PyCharm 2021.1.2 Performance Jupyter Notebook Editing Support for the older versions of Oracle DB Frontend development Download PyCharm 2021.1.2 For the full l
Join the Webinar “Three Paradigms For Method Inheritance”, with Reuven Lerner
No object-oriented programming language would be worth looking at or using if it didn't support inheritance. Invented in 1969 for Simula, inheritance is the mechanism of deriving new classes from existing ones. By doing this, we get a hierarchy of classes. Python not only supports inheritance, but multiple inheritances as well. In most class-based, object-oriented languages, an object created thr
Thank You for Supporting the PyCharm and DSF Campaign
This April we joined forces with the Django Software Foundation to get as much support as possible from our audience for Django. In one month we managed to reach out to thousands of Pythonistas who helped us with this fundraiser campaign promotion. Thanks to your active participation, shares, reposts, and purchases, we managed to raise $45K for the DSF. This represents roughly 20% of the DSF's o
Webinar overview “Building Your First Python Slackbot”
Last week Nafiul Islam invited an expert guest, Mason Egger from DigitalOcean, to do an in-depth coding session on Slackbot creation. Mason walked Nafiul through all the small details that are sometimes not so obvious to those who are dealing with Slackbots for the first time. Along the way, Mason covered a lot of related topics, such as how Slackbots work, creating virtual environments and why y
Webinar “Building Your First Python Slackbot”
Slack is a popular tool for the workplace, open source projects, and even personal messaging. With the onset of the pandemic and more people working from home, Slack has become a more vital piece of technology than ever before. Slack’s ability to create your own custom bots is a powerful feature that allows you to customize your conversations and increase your productivity. This will be a live cod
PyCharm 2021.1.1: Improved Indexing and Jupyter Notebooks Experience
The first update of PyCharm 2021.1 brings some important bug fixes, including one that addresses an inability to find occurrences in files and in paths. It also provides improvements to the experience of working with Jupyter Notebooks, along with updates to a variety of other features. DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2021.1.1 Here are the major improvements: The complete list of improvements
New Tutorial: Develop a Django App Using AWS
In his new tutorial, Mukul Mantosh gives very detailed instructions on how to develop a Django Application using AWS. If you have never used AWS to run your code, with this new tutorial you can give it a try and build your confidence. This tutorial is divided into distinct parts, so if you are only interested in a specific topic you can skip all the others. It also contains text in addition t
PyCharm 2021.1.1 RC Is Out: A Better Experience From PyCharm 2021.1
Thank you for your feedback on PyCharm 2021.1! We were looking carefully into it – and have managed to make some quick and important bug fixes – so that you can enjoy working with PyCharm.
PyCharm Supports Django – you can too!
For those developers, whose daily work benefits from the Django framework. As you probably know, the Django framework is built and maintained by community members. This might give you the impression that Django is effortlessly built by itself, but the truth is that the organization needs strong management and efficient communication. Making major Django releases every 8 months and bug fixes eve