Welcome PyCharm Edu 3!
Today we bring you PyCharm Edu 3, the third major release of our free, easy and professional tool for learning programming with Python. This release introduces a new, revolutionary approach to learning Python more easily and effectively in a smart way, and focuses on course creation functionality to build your own programming courses.
Download PyCharm Edu 3 for your platform today!
What’s New in PyCharm Edu 3?
- Brand-new experimental adaptive Python course
- Enhanced task description panel
- Hyperlinks in task descriptions
- Course preview within the course creation mode
- Running and debugging custom tests
- Automatic course dependencies
- Multiple hints for subtasks
- Python version compatibility information
- A fix for raw input in the debug mode
- Enhanced course view in the course creation mode
- And more
Please see the What’s new page for more details.
As an instructor, you can use PyCharm Edu 3 to create, modify and distribute your own courses. Read more on how to create your own course or, for a quick visual overview, watch this introductory video:
The IDE is distributed as a free and open-source software under the Apache 2.0 license. This means you and your students can download and use it for educational or any other purposes—for free.
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