PyCharm, a Python IDE with its free and open-source community edition, in last several years has become a tool of choice for more and more Python developers. But not everybody uses its full power. Moreover, most only use a fraction of the functionality it provides.
The reality is that an IDE is not just about a set of integrated tools, but an environment that understands the semantics of your project, of what you’re doing. It can leverage this to provide you with functionality that can make repetitive mundane tasks become frictionless, as well as give insight into potential problems.
In this session, we will go through the most powerful features the IDE offers and whether you do web development or work with data using Python, you will benefit knowing how the IDE can leverage your programming skills.