Join Bruce Van Horn for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Learning Python with PyCharm.
- [Instructor] Before beginning, let's discuss what you should already know before starting this course. First, this isn't a tutorial on Python. We won't be covering any aspect of the Python language, specifically. If you're looking for a Python course, there are several great ones in our library. I suggest Python 3 Essential Training by Bill Weinman. Second, you probably already know there are two distinct versions of Python. Python 2 and Python 3, which are not directly compatible. I'll be using Python 3.6 for this course, but the workflows in PyCharm are the same, regardless of which version of Python you use.
Python has integrated database tools borrowed from their DataGrid product. When we cover these tools, it'll help if you know about databases and structured query language or SQL. With that said, the database we'll be making is extremely simple, so you don't have to be a database guru to derive value from those videos. Finally, I'll be using the professional edition of PyCharm in order to give full coverage of all the major tools this IDE provides. If you want to use the community edition, that will work fine up until chapter four, when the features we cover will only be in PyCharm Professional.
AuthorBruce Van Horn
- Installing the PyCharm, Git, and Pypy packages
- Adding functions
- Refactoring code
- Calling packages
- Debugging code
- Creating databases
- Working with in-line SQL
- Creating web projects with PyCharm
Skill Level Beginner
1. First Steps with PyCharm
2. Code Quality
3. Working with Databases
4. Web Projects
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