Meet the PyCharm team at EuroPython!
With only a week until EuroPython 2023 in the beautiful city of Prague, Czech Republic, the PyCharm team is busy making our final preparations to attend. We’re thrilled to be yet again taking part in the oldest Python conference in the world, and have an exciting range of activities planned for the week!
For those of you who want to supercharge your Django development, our developer advocate Paul Everitt will be showing us how PyCharm can make creating web projects a breeze. Join him on Friday 21st July at 15:30 in Forum Hall.
If you’re starting in data science or machine learning and are feeling overwhelmed about where to begin, our developer advocate Jodie Burchell will be taking part in a Q&A session for data science newbies. Come along to Terrace 2B on Wednesday 19th July at 14:35 where Jodie will be joined by experts from Anaconda, Hugging Face, and more and get all of your burning questions answered.
Beginners to data science will also be able to get a hands-on start at the Humble Data workshop on Monday 17th July. This is being organised by Jodie, Lais Carvalho, and Cheuk Ting Ho, and will couple attendees from underrepresented backgrounds with mentors to learn data science basics in a fun, supportive, and low-pressure half-day workshop.
If you have any questions about PyCharm, please swing by booth P1 from Wednesday through to Friday where our team will be happy to answer any of your questions, as well as demo some of our cool new features including a new AI assistant, Endpoints tool window for Django, and Black formatter integration.
For those of you who are up for a challenge, we will be having two web development and two machine learning quizzes a day at our booth from Wednesday through to Friday. The top three scorers in each web development quiz will win a copy of Boost Your Django DX by Adam Johnson, while the top three winners in each machine learning quiz will have their choice of Matt Harrison’s Effective Pandas or Effective XGBoost. Best of luck!
If you’ll be at EuroPython, we can’t wait to see you there!
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