PyCharm and Django
PyCharm had Django support from version 1.0. Over this time, the Django support has been gone through many changes, as well as many maintainers. In this episode of Early Access PyCharm, I talked to both Ilya (the previous maintainer of the Django support for PyCharm) as well as Aleksei (the current maintainer). Ilya currently works on WSL and SSH (as well as other remote interpreters and targets)
Webinar “Building Your First Python Slackbot”
Slack is a popular tool for the workplace, open source projects, and even personal messaging. With the onset of the pandemic and more people working from home, Slack has become a more vital piece of technology than ever before. Slack’s ability to create your own custom bots is a powerful feature that allows you to customize your conversations and increase your productivity. This will be a live cod
New Tutorial: Develop a Django App Using AWS
In his new tutorial, Mukul Mantosh gives very detailed instructions on how to develop a Django Application using AWS. If you have never used AWS to run your code, with this new tutorial you can give it a try and build your confidence. This tutorial is divided into distinct parts, so if you are only interested in a specific topic you can skip all the others. It also contains text in addition t
PyCharm 2021.1.1 RC Is Out: A Better Experience From PyCharm 2021.1
Thank you for your feedback on PyCharm 2021.1! We were looking carefully into it – and have managed to make some quick and important bug fixes – so that you can enjoy working with PyCharm.
PyCharm Supports Django – you can too!
For those developers, whose daily work benefits from the Django framework. As you probably know, the Django framework is built and maintained by community members. This might give you the impression that Django is effortlessly built by itself, but the truth is that the organization needs strong management and efficient communication. Making major Django releases every 8 months and bug fixes eve
PyCharm 2021.1 Is Out!
Try our new out-of-the-box collaborative development tool, auto-import for module member completion, and enhanced WSL support.
The Past, Present and Future with Andrey
Sometime last week, I had the opportunity to sit down with Andrey Vlasovskikh and discuss where PyCharm is now, and where it plans to go into the future; trying to understand how we got here along the way. We discussed everything from how Andrey got started with Python in the first place, and how he eventually joined PyCharm. We then moved onto to talking about how Andrey started his work at JetBr
Python Web Conference. Day 2 Recap
That was a lot of content! And networking! The PyData track provided a nice example of a live coding session about Data Lakes and Streams from Justin Garrison, as well as a fascinating talk on Deploying ML solutions with low latency by Aditya Lohia, who covered some nice applications of video analysis. In the AppDev track there was a talk that provoked a lot of vigorous discussion – "Async, Py
Python Web Conference. Day 1 Recap
Today was the first Python Web Conference day, the tutorial day, with 5 simultaneous presentations. Thanks to the event platform (Loudswarm) and the organizers, we are able to watch recordings almost immediately after the session ended. I was lucky to see two tutorials, on AWS automation and Python debugging. The Cloud session by David Sol was detailed and easily digestible, and covered a lot
Meet the PyCharm Team at Python Web Conference Next Week
Pssst. We know a place where 48 international experts are gathering together to talk about Django, Flask, Pyramid, containers, REST APIs, and other topics that every web developer will want to know more about. It’s the Python Web Conference, which is taking place next week starting on March 22. The PyCharm team will be there attending sessions, chatting with the audience, and waiting for your
PyCharm AWS Tutorial: An Interview with Mukul Mantosh
We’ve been talking about PyCharm and popular cloud platforms recently. The AWS Toolkit for IntelliJ is a plugin that works with PyCharm and our other IDEs. How do you use it? How do you use AWS? Mukul Mantosh produced a 10-part video+text+code tutorial Deploying Serverless APIs using AWS Toolkit for our PyCharm Guide. It’s a wonderful resource for those getting started, covering: setup, cloud d
Early Access PyCharm Podcast — Episode 5: The One where Olga talks about UX at JetBrains
Welcome to Early Access PyCharm, a podcast that goes behind the scenes of how the PyCharm IDE is made and all the thinking that goes into it. In the upcoming episodes, you will hear from the people who work daily to make you more productive and your code even better. Episode 5 In this episode, we talk to Olga Berdnikova, a proud member of the UX design team at JetBrains. In this chat, she will ta