Check out the PyCharm 3.0 roadmap

Wow! What a whirlwind the past couple weeks have been! We got back from PyCon 2013 which was conducted in Santa Clara in the middle of March. The conference was so awesome, people so amazing! We are so privileged to be a part of the community that is setting a standard every day in the Python programming world. We were able to talk to hundreds of people, answer their questions about our company, products, PyCharm itself and collect their valuable feedback. We had a booth in expo hall, participated in development sprints and made the lightning talk about PyCharm key features as well. That was awesome experience indeed!

Although being busy on the main conference and development sprints days, we have not stopped fixing bugs for released version of PyCharm and implementing new features to the our next very major release of PyCharm 3.0.

So, now we a very excited to announce the PyCharm 3.0 Roadmap. The suggested theme for the release is “Intelligence for third-party libraries”. We are really hope you will enjoy these new features are going to be implemented in PyCharm 3.0. As usual, your feedback on them is so much appreciated.

We’d like to thank you all for being with us!
Stay tuned for further updates! And do not forget to:
Develop with Pleasure! :-)

Sincerely yours PyCharm team:

P.S. This photo was made in our Jetbrains Saint-Petersburg office. From left to right: Dmitry Trofimov, Yulia Zozulya, Dmitry Filippov, Andrey Vlasovskikh, Dmitry Jemerov, Ekaterina Tuzova.

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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30 Responses to Check out the PyCharm 3.0 roadmap

  1. Yury V. Zaytsev says:

    Both the roadmap and the theme for PyCharm 3.0 sound very exciting! However, I hope that the stability will improve too. Last point releases of 2.6.x were really rock-solid, but now with 2.7.x I have the feeling that it is getting more unstable as in the early days :-(

  2. Dmitry Filippov says:

    Don’t worry Yury, one of the emphasizes of this new release is robustness and stability… We are really working hard for the vast majority of bugs to be fixed in our 2.7.x updates.

  3. Alex says:

    web2py support is amazing. I will be the first to buy PyCharm once it supports web2py :) Already waiting for a long time for this feature and an easy way of debugging web2py applications.

  4. Aleksei says:

    only six persons are making such a great product?!

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Basically Yep!) Thank you so much! Although, i suppose you know that already, PyCharm is based on IDEA platform… So we are grabbing platform specific things)

    • macdevign says:

      Great work by a great team. It is amazing so much work and innovation can be accomplished by such small team on PyCharm despite leveraging on intellij platform.

  5. Vladimir says:

    Thanks for Charm! Nice team.

  6. David Ichim says:

    I really hope that proper Pyramid support is added ( in the likes of Flask support ) to Pycharm before 3.0 or at 3.0 since the youtrack issue has an assignment of post-2.7 and web2py has 3.0 and yet on your 3.0 Roadmap you only mention web2py and not Pyramid.

    • Dmitry Jemerov says:

      “Post-2.7” means “in some undefined version after 2.7”. Pyramid is not on the roadmap for PyCharm 3.0, but it’s fairly likely that it will be added in a future version after 3.0.

  7. Jason Kumpf says:

    I wonder if there is any way I could email Ekaterina Tuzova or she could email me. I wanted to ask her a few questions if its possible to pass this along to her I would appreciate it. Thanks! Great product!!

  8. Adam Jorgensen says:

    Holy crap, JetBrains is like the company I work for (St. James Software, we love PyCharm by the way):

    Lots of people with the same/similar names!

    Last count we have 3 Davids, 2 Matthews and 2 Stephens and are on the prowl for more clone power :-)

  9. Kirk Turner says:

    I am using Pycharm in preparation for my CSIII classes next year. What a product!! I have enjoyed learning the program and am appreciative of the effort your team has made.

  10. Aaron Kulbe says:

    When will a PyCharm 3.0 EAP be available? *drooling*

  11. Steven Franklin says:

    PyCharm is an amazing product but the fonts on Linux are really hard to look at for any length of time. Eclipse has excellent fonts as does Sublime Text. I had to switch to those.

    Is improving the fonts on the Linux version on any roadmap?

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Steven, could you send us your screenshot with “ugly” fonts?
      You can use for that.
      I use linux, and fonts are awesome. Maybe you have some problems with system settings, that override PyCharms font settings?
      Take a look to “system tools”|preferences|advanced settings and check in “Fonts”:
      Hinting: Full
      Anti-aliasing: rgba
      this should work! Then you will be able to play with fonts inside PyCharm and adjust them to your needs.

  12. Rick says:

    Nice, a roadmap, but when would ‘Autumn 2013’ be? I understand it does not start at the same date everywhere around the world?! I have no idea where your office is located.

  13. Eugene Yunak says:

    first of all, thanks for the great product guys! you are lightyears ahead of any other python ide.

    second, good luck with the 3.0 release, i’m sure it’s gonna be awesome!

    now, if i could dream, there is one specific integration that would bring a lot to the table: pyqt or pyside. while i love pyside, and qt in general, i feel working with qt in python is a bit… clumsy, and the lacking bit is a good support from the IDE. while i love flask support, flask is easy enough to use even without it, – unlike qt…

    • Dmitry Filippov says:

      Hi Eugene!

      thank you for your feedback!
      Don’t you know that PyCharm supports autocompletion and other things for pyqt?
      Could you please describe what kind of additional support for qt you wanna see in PyCharm?
      we have feature request for that already:
      you can add a comment with description of what are you looking for!

  14. AC says:

    Lookin’ good, Dmitry!

  15. dave g says:

    Great product, thank you!

  16. ericsong says:

    Pycharm is indeed the best python IDE I have ever used.

  17. Jonhy says:

    +1 for web2py support I buy too!

  18. Thanks in favor of sharing such a pleasant idea, article is good, thats why i have
    read it entirely

  19. Jek says:

    Спасибо за лучшую IDE )) поддержка web2py единственно что не хватает !

  20. It’s a great IDE. But may I know how you guys came up with the name PyCharm?

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