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
Developing Flask Apps on Google Cloud
We just had a webinar with Abby Carey from Google, where we discussed deploying Flask applications on GCP, using all the differerent services that it gives you. In the webinar, Abby covered: Using Cloud Code (A PyCharm plugin) that can be used to create new projects with a Flask or a Django template Building your flask Cloud Run application locally, and then deploying it to GCP Automatic rebuild
PyCharm AWS Tutorial: An Interview with Mukul Mantosh
We’ve been talking about PyCharm and popular cloud platforms recently. The AWS Toolkit for IntelliJ is a plugin that works with PyCharm and our other IDEs. How do you use it? How do you use AWS? Mukul Mantosh produced a 10-part video+text+code tutorial Deploying Serverless APIs using AWS Toolkit for our PyCharm Guide. It’s a wonderful resource for those getting started, covering: setup, cloud d
PyCharm 2021.1 EAP 3: Enhancements for Code Insight, Tool Window for Python Packages, Improved WSL Experience
As usual, please read the blog post, try out the new features, and let us know if you encounter any problems. We encourage you to join the program to try out the new and improved features. By testing these updates and giving us feedback, you can help us make PyCharm better for you. As always, you can download the new EAP from our website, get it from the free Toolbox App, or update using snap if
Join the Webinar: Developing Flask Apps on Google Cloud
Google Cloud Platform provides a broad range of tools that allow developers to deploy almost any kind of application. Abby Carey, a developer advocate for Cloud Code in Google, is joining Nafiul Islam on February 24 to talk about how to make use of Google Cloud Platform for building a Flask application. Day: Wednesday Date: February 24, 2021 Time: 10:00 pm – 11:00 pm CET Register now Abby will
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.
PyCharm 2020.3.3 Is Available
The final bug-fix release for PyCharm 2020.3 is out. You can upgrade to v2020.3.3 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 from our website. Here are the most notable fixes introduced in v2020.3.3: You can refer to the release notes for a full list of issues resolved in this version. Update to v2020.3.3
Webinar: “Onboarding Contributors with Code With Me, GitHub, and Tasks in JetBrains IDEs” with Steve Piercy
Let's start 2021 with a fun one. How can tools help projects get contributors up to speed? In this webinar, Steve Piercy, a long-time maintainer with a popular open source project, shows us how he uses Code With Me for collaboration, as well as GitHub Pull Request and Tasks tools, to guide a contribution to the project's documentation. Thursday, January 21 4PM GMT (11AM Eastern, 8AM Pacific) Reg
PyCharm 2020.3.2 Supports Apple Silicon
We have special news for those of you using Mac with an M1 chip: PyCharm 2020.3.2 is out and brings support for Apple Silicon! To start working, download the separate installer for PyCharm for Apple Silicon from our website or via the Toolbox App (under the Available for Apple M1 section). Please note that a previously installed PyCharm version running via Rosetta2 will not update to run nativel
Let’s build a fast, modern Python API with FastAPI – additional materials
Last Tuesday (December 15), we hosted an amazing live coding session on FastAPI with Michael Kennedy, host of the popular Talk Python To Me Podcast and author of a collection of Python courses. FastAPI seems to be a very popular topic. Despite the digital fatigue, intensive competition among online events, and all the holiday shopping, it is one of our most popular webinars of 2020. Revisit t
PyCharm 2020.3.1 Is Now Available!
Thank you for your feedback on the major 2020.3 release! We are working hard this December to make your PyCharm experience as smooth as possible, and today we give you the first bug fix release, PyCharm 2020.3.1. Here is a list of some of the major bug fixes included in this release: Code analysis and code completion in PyCharm 2020.3 would sometimes get stuck and never finish. This issue has
PyCharm 2020.3 Overview
PyCharm 2020.3 is officially out! In this final major release of 2020, we’ve concentrated on making the general user experience and onboarding process better. Try it now and let us know what you think! DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2020.3 Highlights: Environment autoconfiguration for your imported or cloned projects Use Search Everywhere to find Git commits New Welcome screen for faster initial setup Le
Webinar: “Let’s build a fast, modern Python API with FastAPI” with Michael Kennedy
Want to build rich, modern, Pythonic REST services? Friend-of-the-webinar (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) Michael Kennedy joins us to discuss FastAPI, the "high performance, easy to learn, fast to code, ready for production" web framework. He will be showing examples from his new Modern APIs with FastAPI training course. Tuesday, December 15 11:00AM Eastern Standard Time Register here Speaking To You
Early Access PyCharm Podcast — Episode 5: The One where Olga talks about UX at JetBrains
Welcome to Early Access PyCharm, a podcast that goes behind the scenes of how the PyCharm IDE is made and all the thinking that goes into it. In the upcoming episodes, you will hear from the people who work daily to make you more productive and your code even better. Episode 5 In this episode, we talk to Olga Berdnikova, a proud member of the UX design team at JetBrains. In this chat, she will ta
PyCharm 2020.2.4 is out!
The new bug-fix release is out! Check out the latest improvements in PyCharm 2020.2.4. You can upgrade to this new version from the IDE, with the Toolbox App, or using snaps if you are an Ubuntu user. It is also available for download from our website. Here is a collection of the most notable updates: Drop into debugger on failed tests is now disabled by default, as it may slow down test
PyCharm 2020.3 Release Candidate
We’re now in the final stages of our preparations for the PyCharm 2020.3 release. This week’s build brings a variety of bug fixes that will help ensure the new version runs smoothly. Please try this version out and let us know how we’re doing. And if you run into any issues, don’t forget to submit a ticket on YouTrack. Improvements in this version Master your tools and increase productivity!
Interview: Nelson Jamal for this week’s webinar on YouTube content
Ever thought about publishing technology videos on YouTube but don’t really know where to start or how to get followers? This Thursday we are hosting Nelson Jamal to cover this very topic. Nelson has a broad catalog of popular, well-done videos -- including JetBrains products -- and went from 5k subscribers in January to over 100k eleven months later. It’s easy to see why. Nelson puts a lot of wor
PyCharm 2020.3 EAP #4: Pair Programming, Intelligent Text Proofreading, and More
The fourth build of PyCharm 2020.3 is now available in the Early Access Program. This week’s EAP is devoted to platform-wide features, now bundled in PyCharm: Code With Me, a tool for collaborative development and pair programming, and Grazie, an intelligent text proofreading assistant. For the full list of issues fixed in this update, see the release notes. We invite you to join our EAP to try
Webinar: “What It’s Like To Do Instructional Videos on YouTube” with Nelson Jamal
Want to learn about producing technical videos on YouTube and gaining an audience? Nelson Jamal, who has experience with both, joins us to take a deep look at his soon-to-be-released PyCharm tutorial on YouTube: planning, recording, and publishing. He'll compare these with some of his other popular videos and what he's learned along the way. Thursday, November 19 12:00 Eastern Standard Time Regis
Let’s Celebrate PyCharm’s 10th!
PyCharm is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Over the last decade, PyCharm has grown alongside Python, carefully following changes in the language and adjusting to the feedback of Python developers. This whole time, the PyCharm team has spared no effort to make PyCharm more enjoyable and productive for its users to work with. (more…)