Webinar: “Visual SQL Development with PyCharm” with Maxim Sobolevskiy
We talk about visual debugging, visual testing, etc. But… visual databasing? Indeed, PyCharm embeds DataGrip, our IDE for SQL development.
In this webinar Maxim Sobolevskiy, the DataGrip Product Marketing Manager, gives us a whirlwind tour of one of the most exciting parts of PyCharm that most of us don’t know enough about. DataGrip is not just magic, it’s wildly useful and productive magic. Maxim will show us how to put it to work.
- Wednesday, November 6th
- 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CET (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EST)
- Register here
- Aimed at SQL developers
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Maxim Sobolevskiy was an SQL developer for 10 years. Since the Summer of 2015 he does marketing for the JetBrains SQL IDE called DataGrip.
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