Early Access PyCharm is a podcast that goes behind the scenes of how the PyCharm IDE is made, and the thinking that goes into it. We will interview members of the PyCharm team and find out what goes into making an IDE. PyCharm is a python IDE from JetBrains.
The One Where We Talk About WSL
WSL transforms the python projects can be developed on Windows. Better support for WSL on PyCharm, and the IntelliJ platform in general is highly anticipated, but it seems like there are some blockers on the way. So, in this episode, we sit down with the people behind WSL and Remote Interpreters to understand why this problem is not as easy as it seems.
The One Where Konstantin talks about Apple Silicon
When Apple decided to start using their own chips, it meant that were would be large ramifications on how software was developed. This is the story of how we added support for running JetBrains IDEs, and that includes PyCharm on Apple Silicon devices.
The One where Olga talks about UX at JetBrains
In this episode, we talk to Olga Berdnikova, a proud member of the UX design team at JetBrains. In this chat, she will talk about some challenges, processes, and also give us some hints about the future of our beloved IDEs.
The One Where We Talk About How It All Started
It has been a decade since PyCharm 1.0 was released. This is the story of how it all started, and how it became what it is today.
The One where Kirill talks about Version Control
In this episode, we talk to Kirill, a proud member of the VCS team, here at JetBrains. This is the team behind all your git support in your IDE. This is an interesting conversation, because the world of Version Control was not always so uniform. A decade ago there were many competing applications, but most recently, git has come out victorious. Kirill talks about how the initial version control program in IntelliJ came to be, and how it supported both distributed and centralised systems.
The One where Max talks about Databases
In this episode, we talk to Max, a proud member of the DataGrip team. Why DataGrip you might ask? Well, it turns out that PyCharm's database features all come from the DataGrip. We talk to Max about the new MongoDB support as well as plans for future Database support. This is one episode you don't want to miss!