The PyCharm YouTube channel is (soft)launched!

Posted on by Roberto Pesce

Good news for Python developers and the PyCharm community! We are soft-launching today a dedicated YouTube channel for PyCharm where we will share weekly curated content including quick tips & tricks, webinars, interviews, and much more!

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The Python IDE for Professional Developers

PyCharm is in the Professional Python Developers toolbox as an important tool to make their lives easier and more productive. As any tool, it can be used in different extent. Some users will use basic features and will feel happy about it while others, more curious, will explore possibilities and get the maximum out of it.

It’s your choice, but we want to make sure that you know enough to decide on using a given feature or configuration, or not, with confidence. We will invest time and efforts to show you quick tips & tricks that will help you to speed up your flow, we will invite industry experts to showcase projects and best practices, we will have tutorials showcasing different frameworks and how to best adapt to the latest changes in the Python ecosystem, and much more!

If you are a professional Python developer, a hobbyist, or just a PyCharm enthusiast, it does not matter! Subscribe to our channel and make sure that you will not miss any video!

JetBrains

Since its foundation in the early 2000s, JetBrains has been working hard to make the best and most effective developer tools on earth. Fast forward to the present days and we are proud of our product line with products that, together, are used by over 8 million users all over the world. PyCharm is one of the products in our portfolio and is used by millions of developers to build projects that are changing the world that we know now.

 

That’s all for today! We wait for you on our channel, don’t forget to subscribe now!

The PyCharm team

 

 

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8 Responses to The PyCharm YouTube channel is (soft)launched!

  1. Docker-Compose: Getting Flask up and running | PyCharm Blog says:

    April 27, 2017

    […] And that’s all there’s to it! Have fun developing with Docker Compose! If you’d like to learn more, you can read the second part of this tutorial about adding a database service. […]

  2. Steven N. Parrish says:

    April 30, 2017

    thanks for this information

  3. Marcus says:

    May 17, 2017

    Is there any info as to when this will be available on Windows please?

    • Twstry says:

      July 6, 2017

      No point in making it available on Windows when it doesn’t even work on Linux. But yeah, would be nice if they fixed it.

      • Ernst Haagsman says:

        July 11, 2017

        Which issues are you having in Linux? Also, Docker Compose is supported on Windows since PyCharm 2017.2 (currently in EAP).

  4. Yong Boon Lim says:

    December 13, 2017

    Hi Ernst,

    Thank, it’s a good article indeed.

    l’ve a development environment which have the following 3 dockers,
    – Web (in python)
    – DB
    – Backend Server (in python)

    One thing l’m uncleared, is that under this scenario, how could l debug either Web or Backend server at the same time, as it only allows one service to be configure as Remote Python Interpreter which l could only use either Web or Backend Server. Do you have any example for each a scenarios (i.e. more than 1 python services in the docker compose)?

  5. Azen says:

    January 6, 2018

    Hi Ernst,

    Thanks!

    I am developing my own knowledge system using 4 dockers,
    – Web (Flask)
    – DB (PostgreSQL)
    – WIKI (Confluence)
    – Nginx

  6. dor says:

    January 9, 2018

    Hi,
    is there a way to import multiple databases from quandl in docker at once.
    Thanks

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