Join the Livestream: “What’s New in PyCharm 2023.1”
PyCharm 2023.1 is out, and we want to walk you through this version’s highlights.
JetBrains Developer Advocates Paul Everitt, Jodie Burchell, and Helen Scott will go through the benefits that the new UI brings to the IDE, how support for remote Jupyter notebooks can help with your daily tasks, and what new features PyCharm delivers to its frontend development support.
Date: April 3, 2023
Time: 3:00 pm UTC (5:00 pm CEST)
The livestream will also include a Q&A section!
Update to the new version to follow along, and take the opportunity to ask any questions you might have about PyCharm’s new features.
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