Build Django Apps on Google Cloud With PyCharm and Cloud Code
Learn how to build and run your applications both in a local Kubernetes cluster (Docker Desktop or Minikube) and remotely in Google Kubernetes Engine using Cloud Code and PyCharm.
Meet the PyCharm team at EuroPython!
Meet the PyCharm team at Europython 2023! Join a talk by Paul Everitt, Q&A for data science newbies by Jodie Burchell, experts from Anaconda, Hugging face and come by the JetBrains booth to see what's new in PyCharm!
Buy PyCharm. Support Django.
This July, we’re offering new users a 30% discount for PyCharm Professional annual subscriptions. We’ll also donate all of the proceeds from this campaign to the Django Software Foundation.
PyCharm 2023.2 EAP 2: Live Templates for Django Forms and Models, Support for Polars DataFrames
Try new, time-saving live templates for Django forms, models, and views, as well as support for a super-fast Polars DataFrame library and initial GitLab integration.
PyCon US will open its doors in a week!
Visit JetBrains at booth 324 in the Expo Hall or attend one of our talks.
What’s New in PyCharm 2023.1
PyCharm 2023.1 is out! The first major release of the year brings support for remote Jupyter notebooks, enhancements to the new UI, improved type inference for generics, and much more. Let’s take a look at what’s inside!
Maintain The Same Code Quality Rules Across The Team With Qodana Code Analysis in PyCharm
PyCharm now bundles a plugin, which allows users to interact with analysis results delivered by Qodana – a new code quality platform from JetBrains. The platform is designed to bring server-side static analysis to your preferred CI tool. By using the same code inspections and profiles as PyCharm and other JetBrains IDEs do, Qodana helps ensure consistent code quality checks both in your IDE and your CI.
PyCharm 2022.3.2 Is Out!
The second minor release brings a list of improvements, and fixes for the debugger, test runner, and Python Console. You can update to version 2022.3.2 by using the Toolbox App, installing it right from the IDE, or downloading it from our website. Download PyCharm 2022.3.2 Notable f…
In Conversation With the Reloadium Team: Hot Reload and a Future Webinar
PyCharm is working hard on Python developer experience (DX). There’s a project with a very promising DX boost using “hot reloading”: Reloadium. It really speeds up turnaround time on working with your code, and with the PyCharm plugin, brings fresh new ideas to running, debugging, and profiling. …
PyCharm 2023.1: Early Access Program Is Open!
We are opening the Early Access Program for PyCharm 2023.1! We invite you to take part and help us fine-tune the features we plan to include in PyCharm 2023.1.
Webinar: “Reloadium: Faster Python Development with Hot Reloading in PyCharm”
You write your code, restart your server, and wait for the screen to update, but by then, you’re already interrupted. Ever wish you could use the fast development cycle frontends have with hot reloading? In this webinar we’ll meet Reloadium, a Python take on the powerful-but-challenging hot modul…
Together, We Supported Python
Our joint campaign with the Python Software Foundation (PSF) raised a total of USD 20,000 that will be donated to the PSF's general fund! For the fifth year in a row, JetBrains partnered with the PSF on their end-of-the-year fundraiser. This year you could purchase a new PyCharm Professional subs…