Announcing the PyCharm Edu 2.0.1 release update

Having released PyCharm Edu 2 a couple of weeks ago, today we bring you PyCharm Edu 2.0.1, an updated version of our free, easy and professional tool for learning programming with Python.

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Download PyCharm Edu 2.0.1 for your platform today!

If you haven’t checked out PyСharm Edu out before, find out how it helps novice programmers with little or no previous programming experience to learn programming with Python easily and effectively.

With PyCharm Edu 2, teachers, instructors and course authors can create their own courses and use them with their students privately or share them with thousands of users of PyCharm Edu all around the globe. Read the complete tutorial for course authors on how to create your own interactive course, or watch this video:

PyCharm Edu 2.0.1 is a small bug-update release that includes a consolidation of fixes for various bugs and problems, as well as improvements for recently added features. We encourage you to download PyCharm Edu 2.0.1 for your platform and start learning (or teaching) Python programming today!

If you already have a previous version of PyCharm Edu 2 installed on your machine, you can update it with a patch: just go to Help | Check for Update.

Other cool things you can do:

  • Spread the word about this tool
  • Follow us on twitter
  • Report bugs or request new features in our public issue tracker
  • If you ever need help, you’re always welcome to contact our professional support team
  • Read our blog to stay tuned for news, updates and everything that goes on with PyCharm and PyCharm Edu. And do give us feedback on how we’re doing!

Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains PyCharm Team

About Dmitry Filippov

Product Marketing Manager at JetBrains
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3 Responses to Announcing the PyCharm Edu 2.0.1 release update

  1. Pingback: Announcing the PyCharm Edu 2.0.1 release update ‹ Startup und VC News

  2. Niklas Rosencrantz says:

    I bought pycharm and try to use it on Ubuntu. But every time I try to open a .md file in Pycharm the whole pycharm crashes and it doesn’t even crash properly, it freezes for several minutes and then crashes. If you can’t even make reading markdown files work then perhaps you shouldn’t sell it.

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