“Support Python with JetBrains” Campaign Extended
Good news! The Support Python with JetBrains campaign has been extended for another week and will now last until November 29, 2022. Buy a PyCharm Pro subscription at 30% OFF, have the full amount of your purchase donated to support Python, and get a complimentary one-year subscription for DataSpell as our treat! I want to support Python *This promotion is valid for new, individual, and annual PyCharm Professional subscriptions.
Support Python with JetBrains and PyCharm
Do you know how much it costs to maintain a global-scale open-source project like Python? Excluding several hours that contributors put (free) into developing the language itself, in 2021 alone, the Python Software Foundation (PSF) spent almost 2 million Dollars to provide the structure and stability that the Python language, its contributors, and its users need to thrive. Python is free software and the PSF is a non-profit organization. One could wonder where all this money comes from. You can find details and financial statements on their 2021 annual report, but, in a nutshell, sponsorshi
Webinar: “Speech-to-image generation using Jina”
If you’re involved in machine learning at all, you can’t have missed the plethora of groundbreaking models that have come out in past months. Two of the most hyped models are Whisper, OpenAI’s state-of-the-art speech recognition model, and Stable Diffusion, Stability AI’s groundbreaking image generation algorithm. In our upcoming webinar, Alaeddine Abdessalem, Software Developer at Jina AI, will show us how we can use both of these models to create an end-to-end multimodal application, capable of generating artwork from audio. Whisper allows extremely accurate voice-to-text transcription in
Webinar: “New UI for Your IDE: A Glimpse Into the Future”
Join us Monday, October 31, at 5:00 pm UTC (check other timezones) for our live webinar, New UI for Your IDE: A Glimpse Into the Future. In this webinar, join our JetBrains Advocates as they share the New UI with you, giving you a glimpse at some of the visual improvements for IntelliJ Platform IDEs.
PyCharm 2022.2.3 Is Out!
We are releasing PyCharm 2022.2.3, which contains important fixes for workflows, including remote interpreters, and fixes for working with MicroPython plugin and the recent Matplotlib 3.6.0 package. You can update to this version from inside the IDE, by using the Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. You can also download it from our website. DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2022.2.3 Here are the main updates: For the full list of improvements, please refer to the release notes. Share your feedback in the comments under this post or in our issue tracker.
The Second EAP Build for PyCharm 2022.3 Is Out!
The second EAP build for PyCharm 2022.3 provides a convenient way to check the outcome of the intention action you are about to use, and features a new way to copy-paste a line without needing to select it first. The Toolbox App is the easiest way to get the EAP builds and keep your stable and EAP versions up to date. You can also manually download the EAP builds from our website. DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2022.3 EAP Important: PyCharm EAP builds are not fully tested and might be unstable! Below, you’ll find some of the improvements available in PyCharm 2022.3 EAP 2. Please try them out
PyCharm 2022.3 EAP 1 Is Out!
The Early Access Program for PyCharm 2022.3 has started! Participate to check out what’s new for version 2022.3.
PyCharm 2022.2.2 Is Out!
We’ve just released the second bug-fix update for PyCharm 2022.2. You can update to this version from inside the IDE, by using the Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. You can also download it from our website. In this minor release, we’ve included major improvements for Python dataclass support. For the attrs package, PyCharm now recognizes modern APIs such as attrs.define, attrs.mutable, and attrs.frozen, which are treated in the same way as attr.s, as well as attrs.field, which is treated in the same way as attr.ib. PyCharm recognizes references to class at
Webinar: Writing REST With Django and Ninja With Christopher Trudeau
Join the webinar by Christopher Trudeau to get started with Django Ninja.
The PyCharm 2022.2.1 Release Candidate Is Now Available!
We’re working closely with your feedback on the PyCharm 2022.2 version that was released last week. Thank you for sharing with us! If you encounter an issue in PyCharm 2022.2, please reach out to our support team. We are actively fixing regressions, and will be delivering a minor bug-fix release soon. You can get the new build from our page, via the free Toolbox App, or by using snaps for Ubuntu. Today, the release candidate for the first minor update is available. Here are the major fixes: We’re working on fixes for the following recent regressions with local and remote interpre
Start Studying Machine Learning With PyCharm
What is machine learning, and why does it matter? Machine learning (ML) is a subfield of artificial intelligence that studies the capability of machines to imitate intelligent human behavior. Artificial intelligence systems are used to perform complex tasks in a similar way to how humans solve problems. You might not notice its presence, but machine learning is all around us: from a predictive text on your smartphone and chatbots in your favorite messaging apps to recommended posts in your social media feeds and show suggestions on your streaming services. ML is one of the most exciti
Webinar Recording: “Idiomatic Pandas: 5 Tips for Better Pandas”, With Matt Harrison
On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, Matt Harrison joined Jodie Burchell for a webinar about Pandas, and how to be more effective while working with this popular library. Here’s the recording for you to watch if you missed the live stream. https://youtu.be/7nhG8SKkh5E Description In this webinar Matt Harrison and Jodie Burchell discussed tips for making Pandas more memory-friendly, getting the best performance possible when applying operations to Series and DataFrames, keeping your Pandas code as reproducible and tidy as possible, and how using the right tooling can make working with Pandas e