PyCharm, our new Python/Django IDE, is officially 1.0
What an awesome feeling to say that PyCharm 1.0 is generally available now!
PyCharm 1.0 provides a complete set of tools for Python, Django and Google App Engine developers and comes as a great addition to our growing family of JetBrains IDEs, already containing RubyMine, PhpStorm and WebStorm. Check out this Python IDEs comparison matrix to be sure.
We very much appreciate the help of everyone who has participated in PyCharm Early Access program providing us with invaluable feedback during these 9 months.
The huge number of Beta discount coupons that we sent out shows that pretty much everyone who tried Early Access has got it and can have PyCharm at half-price now.
You can evaluate PyCharm during 30 days before the purchase. PyCharm comes with free upgrades for 1 full year from the purchase date, including even major version updates.
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains PyCharm Team
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