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Docker-Compose: Getting Flask up and running

A couple of issues were resolved in PyCharm 2017.1, and Docker for Mac should now work out of the box. In this blog post we’ll show you how to set up a project with Docker Compose on a Mac. If you’re … Continue reading

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Why Postgres Should be your Document Database Webinar Recording

This Monday Jim Fulton, one of the first Python contributors, hosted a webinar about storing JSONB documents in PostgreSQL. Watch it now: Known mostly for its mature SQL and data-at-scale infrastructure, the PostgreSQL project added a “JSONB” column type in … Continue reading

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Inside the Debugger: Interview with Elizaveta Shashkova

PyCharm 2017.1 has several notable improvements, but there’s one that’s particularly fun to talk about: debugger speedups. PyCharm’s visual debugger regularly gets top billing as a feature our customer value the highest. Over the last year, the debugger saw a … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2016.3.3 Released

Shortly after announcing PyCharm 2017.1 Release Candidate today we bring you some important backport fixes for the current PyCharm stable version.  Please welcome PyCharm 2016.3.3. For the detailed list of changes please see the Release Notes. If you’re running PyCharm 2016.3.2, … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1 Release Candidate

Great news: We are now approaching the final steps towards the first major release in 2017. So today we’ve published the PyCharm 2017.1 Release Candidate. Download it now from our early access page. Since the previous early access preview build … Continue reading

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Interview with Jim Fulton for “Why Postgres Should Be Your Document Database” Webinar

Jim Fulton, my friend and former co-worker, was one of the original leaders in the Python community. Over the years he created important Python software (cPickle), Python’s original “killer app” (Zope, as stated in magazine articles), and a leading build … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 10 (build 171.3780.17)

This week we’re releasing the last, but not the least, EAP for PyCharm 2017.1. Get the EAP now. We’ve resolved many bugs, including: Virtualenvs are now created with pip 9.0.1 and setuptools 28.8.0 The default API URL for Docker is now set … Continue reading

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Webinar: “Why Postgres Should Be Your Document Database” with Jim Fulton, March 20

Python and database developers are increasingly interested in document storage and PostgreSQL has an increasingly-attractive story. Come explore Postgres as a document database in our free webinar: Monday, March 20th 16:00 European Time, 11AM Eastern Daylight Time Register here Did … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 9 (build 171.3691.3)

We’re getting closer to the release of PyCharm 2017.1, and you can already get this week’s preview version from our Early Access Program (EAP) page. Get the EAP now! This week we’ve included one small new feature: You can now … Continue reading

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PyCharm 2017.1 EAP 8 (build 171.3566.25)

Our eighth Early Access Program (EAP) release for PyCharm 2017.1 is out now! Get it from our EAP page. New Features Vue.js initial support. Vue is a MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) JavaScript framework which is becoming ever more popular. To use it, you … Continue reading

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