Meet the PyCharm team at PyCon in Portland, OR
The PyCharm team is traveling to Portland, Oregon for PyCon 2017!
JetBrains is sponsoring the event again this year, and we’ll have a booth in the expo hall during the conference. If you’re attending PyCon, drop by the expo hall and come find us!
Elizaveta Shashkova will share how she achieved the 40x speedup in the PyCharm 2017.1 debugger at her talk "Debugging in Python 3.6: Better, Faster, Stronger". Come see her talk Saturday, May 20, at 10:50 am in the Oregon Ballroom 201–202.
Our developer advocate Paul Everitt will host a panel discussion with Python creator Guido van Rossum and other original Pythonistas on Sunday, May 21 at 9:20am. Paul will also host a talk at the Intel booth: "Develop With Speed: PyCharm and Intel® Distribution for Python", it’s Friday, May 19, 10:30 am at the Intel booth in the expo hall.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or even complaints about PyCharm: come visit us in the expo hall! We’ll have JetBrains goodies, we can do live demos, and we’ll have a raffle for free PyCharm Professional Edition licenses. We’re also testing a prototype of new PyCharm features, so if you’d like a sneak peek at the future, drop by!
Finally, some of our developers will participate in the sprints. Would you like to join us or invite us to your own sprint? Drop by our booth!
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