[Video] PyCharm Web Magic: Building a Pinterest Clone
On 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!
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