JetBrains DataSpell EAP Now Open to All
We are thrilled to announce that we're opening the EAP to the public. You can download EAP builds from JetBrains DataSpell’s website without registration. Read to learn more.
PyCharm 2021.1.1: Improved Indexing and Jupyter Notebooks Experience
The first update of PyCharm 2021.1 brings some important bug fixes, including one that addresses an inability to find occurrences in files and in paths. It also provides improvements to the experience of working with Jupyter Notebooks, along with updates to a variety of other features. DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2021.1.1 Here are the major improvements: The complete list of improvements
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
PyCharm 2020.3.4 Is Out!
This release is dedicated to fixing bugs and enhancing performance. We are also working on implementing the concept of trusted projects, which is designed to mitigate the risks associated with opening projects from unknown and untrusted sources. You can upgrade to v2020.3.4 with the Toolbox App, or right from the IDE, or by using snap if you are an Ubuntu user. It is also available for download f
Interactive Visualizations in PyCharm and Datalore
The Lets-Plot library is an open-sourced interactive plotting library developed by JetBrains for Python and Kotlin. Its architecture was inspired by the ggplot library for the R language, and is built with layered graphic principles in mind. But what sets Lets-Plot apart from the well-known Matplotlib and Seaborn Python libraries? With Lets-Plot you can produce interactive visualizations, an
PyCharm and AWS Toolkit Tutorial
Cloud development with Python is a hot topic right now. Amazon recently started shipping their AWS Toolkit for PyCharm, and we already have a tutorial on it from Mukul Mantosh in the PyCharm Guide. Calvin Hendryx-Parker is a familiar guest on our PyCharm webinars, and he is an expert when it comes to talking about AWS. He joins us to review Mukul’s tutorial, demonstrate it in action, and connec
PyCharm 2021.1 EAP starts now!
We are starting our new Early Access Program (EAP) for PyCharm 2021.1. You can now try the pre-release build of the upcoming v2021.1. It delivers enhanced support for Cython as well as UI and usability updates. In short, our EAP allows anyone to try out the features we are implementing. Follow this series of EAP blog posts to get the latest information about the changes coming in PyCharm 2021.1.