Author Archives: Paul Everitt

Webinar: “Demystifying Python’s async and await Keywords” with Michael Kennedy

Python has long had a variety of approaches for parallelism, with async/await and asyncio being the modern approach. These topics, though, are difficult to grasp and compare. Want to get to the bottom of it? Join expert Python trainer Michael … Continue reading

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Webinar Recording: “Live Development of a PyCharm Plugin” with Joachim Ansorg

This week we hosted a webinar with Joachim Ansorg presenting Live Development of a PyCharm Plugin. The webinar recording is now available, as well as a repo with the contents he showed in the webinar. This webinar covered a tremendous … Continue reading

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Interview: Joachim Ansorg for next week’s PyCharm Plugins webinar

JetBrains IDEs have a lot that’s “integrated” into the “development environment.” At some times, it seems daunting: there’s an infinity of features, with useful new things to learn at every corner. At other times, though, there’s something missing, something unique … Continue reading

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Webinar: “Live Development of a PyCharm Plugin” with Joachim Ansorg

Update: Joachim has made a repo available with the contents he will show in the webinar. PyCharm comes with a lot of functionality, yet perhaps something you’d like is missing. Luckily it’s made to be enhanced by plugins to be … Continue reading

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Webinar Recording: “Automating Build, Test and Release Workflows with tox” with Oliver Bestwalter

Last Thursday we had a special webinar in our Munich offices with Oliver Bestwalter, talking about tox and release automation. The recording is now available. Many thanks to Oliver for covering quite a lot of material with a good audience … Continue reading

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Reminder: Webinar this Thursday, “Automating Build, Test and Release Workflows with tox” with Oliver Bestwalter

Interested in testing and release automation? We’re doing a webinar with Oliver Bestwalter of tox fame, this Thursday. Join us to learn more about test isolation with tox as well as how it fits in with a larger ecosystem of … Continue reading

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Interview: Oliver Bestwalter for tox webinar next week

Python has long distinguished itself with a culture of testing. In the last decade, two libraries have combined to give powerful testing in isolation — pytest and tox. The latter combines easily with pytest to give you a clean environment … Continue reading

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Let PyCharm Do Your Import Janitorial Work

What’s something you do all the time in Python? Import modules from packages. Not just that, you also fiddle with the formatting to make the style nannies happy. And remove unused imports. And bunches of other janitorial tasks. Let PyCharm … Continue reading

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Webinar: “Automating Build, Test and Release Workflows with tox” with Oliver Bestwalter

Python’s tox project is a critical tool for quality software production. Most of our users and customers know about it, but haven’t made the time to learn it. This webinar’s for you. Oliver Bestwalter is one of the maintainers of … Continue reading

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PyCharm and pytest-bdd

Last week we published a blog post on the new pytest fixture support in PyCharm 2018.2. This feature was a big part of the 2018.2 work and proved to be a hit. But it wasn’t the only notable pytest work: … Continue reading

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