Author Archives: Eugene Toporov

Design a Python Programming Course and Win!

The JetBrains PyCharm team is thrilled today to announce the start of the Interactive Programming with Python educational contest! This is a great chance for teachers and instructors all around the globe to show their experience and skills in creating … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.6.2 update available

The promised PyCharm 2.6.2 update is available. It contains critical fixes related to symlink handling, remote interpreters and copy/paste functionality in the editor. Some problems are fixed in code insight and the Django support. There’s also one small but nice … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.6 is here! Grab it while it’s hot and cheap

While being even more distributed than usually with part of the team at DjangoCon we’ve managed to complete the tasks we planned for PyCharm 2.6. This update brings some big new features and many important improvements to the IDE: Class … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.6 goes Beta and adds diagrams for SQLAlchemy

We’re probably done with new features for this release and have just published a new build which we call PyCharm 2.6 Beta. The major additions since the last EAP are the following: Diagrams support for SQLAlchemy Infer function return types … Continue reading

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Welcome our new Company Blog!

Dear Friends, As you know, we’re a company of software products. PyCharm is one of 14 that are already known to the wider audience, and more are to come sooner or later. But a company isn’t just what we develop. … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.5.2: better performance, fixed GitHub and retina-ready editor

We’ve just rolled out a fresh PyCharm 2.5.2 update for you. There is a number of things in it we want to mention specifically: improved performance of code analysis and completion for some files fixed a number of issues in … Continue reading

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PyCharm at DjangoCons around the world

This month has started interesting for PyCharm team. We spent a week in Zurich, Switzerland attending our second DjangoCon Europe 2012. Amsterdam was great last year, but this one met our high expectations. Great event organization, cool venue (see picture … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.5.1, to fix them all

We’ve just rolled out a bugfix update for PyCharm 2.5, version 2.5.1. The update includes a big number of important fixes and is recommended to everyone using version 2.5. If you are still not on the latest version — see … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2.5 Released! A Really Environment Friendly IDE

Hurray! We made it! PyCharm 2.5 is officially available. PyCharm has been green since its version one, but this update makes it truly environment friendly with full support for remote interpreters (Python interpreters running on remote hosts) and an improved … Continue reading

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20 PyCharm license winners from PyCon US 2012

PyCharm 2.5 Beta has been just announced and next we want to please those who stopped by our booth at PyCon US earlier this month and were also lucky enough to win a license. We just did a raffle and … Continue reading

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