Plan for next week: PyCharm 1.2 & PyCon 2011
So, Thank God It’s Friday, right? The week’s almost over.
For the next week though, we have some BIG plans!
We’re going to have PyCharm 1.2 release and then also take part in PyCon 2011 conference in Atlanta, US.
Good news is that Django 1.3 "is almost there". No major changes should happen after the yesterday’s Release Candidate, so we’re now validating PyCharm 1.2 against it to prepare for release by the middle of next week.
And then we will fly over the ocean to US for PyCon 2011! JetBrains is proud to sponsor the event and we are looking forward to meet our users (and prospective users) face to face. So, if you are there make sure to stop by our booth to a chat. But also do not miss our Python IDEs Panel for an live overview of the available Python IDEs presented by their creators.
Should be fun!
Have a nice weekend!
-JetBrains PyCharm Team
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