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PyCharm 2017.2.2 RC is now available

Another set of bugs have been fixed, and PyCharm 2017.2.2 RC is available now from our confluence page. Improvements in this release:  Code insight and inspection fixes: “method may be static” issues, and misidentification of Python 3.7 Django: Cache conflict … Continue reading

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Analyzing Data in Amazon Redshift with Pandas

Redshift is Amazon Web Services’ data warehousing solution. They’ve extended PostgreSQL to better suit large datasets used for analysis. When you hear about this kind of technology as a Python developer, it just makes sense to then unleash Pandas on … Continue reading

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Support a Great Partnership: PyCharm and Django Team up Again

Last June (2016) JetBrains PyCharm partnered with the Django Software Foundation to generate a big boost to Django fundraising. The campaign was a huge success. Together we raised a total of $50,000 for the Django Software Foundation! This year we … Continue reading

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SSH Agent: Simplify SSH keys

Security is important, and that’s why we all use key pairs when authenticating to our servers. And as is best practice, we also protect our private key with a passphrase, don’t we? Ideally the passphrase is long and complicated, and … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.2.1 RC out now

After the 2017.2 release, we haven’t been sitting still, and have fixed a lot of bugs: Docker: Python console volume issue fix, and various other fixes Debugging: concurrency visualization for Python 3.6, and console fixes Inspections: variable type comparison bugs … Continue reading

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Using Docker Compose on Windows in PyCharm

By popular demand, PyCharm 2017.2 Professional Edition expands its Docker Compose support to those of you who run Windows. Let’s take a look and see how this works! In our last Docker Compose post, we created a guest book in … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.2 Out Now: Docker Compose on Windows, SSH Agent and more

PyCharm 2017.2 is out now! Get it today for Docker Compose support on Windows, SSH Agent, Azure Databases, and Amazon Redshift support. Get it from our website We’ve added some small improvements for editing Python files: a quick fix to … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.2 RC

We’ve been putting the finishing touches on PyCharm 2017.2, and we have a release candidate ready! Go get it on our website Fixes since the last EAP: Docker Compose on Windows issues with malformatted environment variables Various issues in Django … Continue reading

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Webinar: “Teaching Python 3.6 with Games” with Paul Craven, August 2nd

Want to teach Python? Want to use Python 3 type hinting in your applications? Want to write games? In this webinar, we look at all three, together, using the Arcade library for Python and its creator, Paul Craven. Wednesday, August … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.2 EAP 7

The release of PyCharm 2017.2 is only a couple of weeks away. This week we have the seventh early access program (EAP) version ready for you, go to our website to get it now! New in this version: Many bugs have … Continue reading

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