Author Archives: Ernst Haagsman

PyCharm 2017.1.3 Out Now!

We’re happy to announce that PyCharm 2017.1.3 is now available. You can get it now from our website, or using the updater in PyCharm. Improvements since PyCharm 2017.1.2: Test runner issues: django-nose tests, stdout from tests, and various other fixes Pyramid … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.2 EAP Starts now

The JetBrains PyCharm team is thrilled today to announce the start of the PyCharm 2017.2 Early Access Preview (EAP) program along with the 2017.2 EAP contest! PyCharm 2017.2 Early Access Preview (EAP) 1 is finally available for download! Head on over … Continue reading

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How to Publish Your Package on PyPI

When you’ve written some great code, you might want to make this available for others to use as well. The pythonic way of sharing a package is making it available on PyPI. Let’s create a simple package and go through … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1.3 RC 2 Now available for download

We’re glad to announce that the second release candidate for PyCharm 2017.1.3 is now available! You can get it from our EAP confluence page. We’ve fixed some issues: An issue that caused PyCharm to freeze on startup has been resolved Projects … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1.3 Release Candidate

PyCharm 2017.1.3 RC is now available! You can get it from our EAP confluence page. We’ve fixed some issues: Test runner issues: django-nose tests, stdout from tests, and various other fixes Pyramid project creation with Chameleon templates The issue which … Continue reading

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Python Basics: Using sets to compare keymaps

If you’ve ever visited JetBrains at a conference, you know that we always have handouts with keymaps for our products. You might also know that we have different keymaps for Windows/Linux and for Mac due to the different keyboard layouts. … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1.2 out now

PyCharm 2017.1.2 is out now! Get it from our website Some of the things we’ve improved: We’ve been working hard on resolving regressions in our new test runners, if you’ve had an issue with the 2017.1 test runners, please upgrade to … Continue reading

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Docker-Compose: Adding a Database Service

This tutorial continues where the previous Docker-Compose tutorial left off. If you haven’t read it yet, read about getting Docker-Compose and Flask running in PyCharm first. Like the first tutorial, this one was made on macOS, and although Linux should … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1.1 Available Now

PyCharm 2017.1.1 is out now! Get it from our website Some of the things we’ve improved: The font rendering problem has been resolved Many issues in the debugger, code inspections, and test runners have been fixed, including several additional issues since … Continue reading

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