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November 16, 2019

Best Python IDE

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The entire Python development team uses PyCharm as the primary IDE for developing more complex and modularized projects, focusing on higher productivity as it is a robust IDE with many features and practicalities.
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September 05, 2019

Amazing scripting software

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We use it to write scripts, and all of us use it. You do not even have to go the terminal. You can run the script directly from PyCharm. It helps a lot with debugging, and suggests so many tricks. It also helps developers to follow scripting standards like PEP 8. It's a really good product, and I definitely recommend it.
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PyCharm is being used as the primary editor for Python code on my data and analytics team. I introduced this tool a while back, and it has been rapidly adopted as the Go-To integrated development environment for running Python scripts in a scalable format. The business problems it is solving primarily revolves around developing Python programs for automating and running different types of tests in a Python virtual environment.
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I use PyCharm every day within my team, and it's being used across the whole organization. We have our project based on Python for scheduling Airflow jobs and so far I've PyCharm best for Python projects and Django frameworks. Python always has these formatting and syntax issues while you're coding, but in PyCharm you don't have to worry about anything. It's being used by other teams for Python flask framework/full stack development.
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Pycharm is an excellent IDE for python programming used across the company. It helps programmers to write robust python code rapidly. It has a plethora of unique and useful features that set it apart from competitors and make it an irreplaceable part of a python coders' set of tools.
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Score 10 out of 10
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LinkedIn recommends PyCharm for all Python development. Everyone gets a Professional License which opens up advanced tools. Being an IDE with regular updates, it takes complete care of Python project management. It integrates with git making it very easy to work in large teams. Its robust UI dialogs, removes the need most commonly used complex command lines
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Score 10 out of 10
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PyCharm is used as the IDE for Python. It is used for developing Python code. Additionally, Pycharm is used for descriptive stats, visualization, cleaning, prepping, and other data analysis applications. It is used across the entire organization for Python development and deployment. PyCharm supports both 2.x and 3.x versions of Python.
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Pycharm is the preferred IDE for our less experienced Python users. Users are allowed to select their own IDE of choice or use the command line but most newer users have found Pycharm to be their favorite. Most of what Pycharm does for us is provide an easily understandable platform for developers to learn Python, debug scripts, and create their own projects.
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As a Data Science team in our company, we often need to perform different analyses using Python programming language. However, it is used not only in our department but also throughout the whole organization. It helps to address various business problems such as tasks related to Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence as a whole, implementation of the backend part for internal applications, etc.
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PyCharm is used across the analytics department as the defacto Python IDE. It's allows us to integrate seamlessly with our data infrastructure, ETL pipelines, version control platform. We have also been it within our data analysis stack.
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We are using PyCharm for developing Data Science applications for various clients. It is used across all the Data Science sub divisions of the company. We provide various data science and related solutions to our clients to help solve their problems using data science. It is generally used to organize, develop and debug a project with multiple Python files.
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Score 7 out of 10
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Overall, members of my organization use IDEs relatively infrequently, but there are a few employees who do use PyCharm. Those of us who have the program use it for developing code and doing reproducible research (PyCharm has options to set up version control with Github or any other similar version control software). PyCharm has loads of options--it is not at all limited to writing Python code, which makes it very versatile. I like it because it helps conduct reproducible research, which is a crucial part of the research my organization conducts.
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Score 9 out of 10
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PyCharm is being used by the Business Intelligence department because Python is their language used for big data analytics. We needed a comprehensive IDE for Python in order to utilize good debugging tools and plugin managers, and we needed a one-stop-shop to take care of all of the Python dependencies including Anaconda.
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PyCharm is used by de DevOps and Data Statistics department as an IDE for Python. Usually, different people across an organization use different IDEs according to their needs. Thanks to PyCharm we can all use the same IDE, and it's always good to have a unified platform in a company.
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Score 10 out of 10
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PyCharm is the weapon of choice in our organization for the Quality Assurance and the DevOps team in the Engineering department. In combination with plugins for Robot Framework, it helped us manage our projects and increase delivery speed, thanks to all the power features it has, from Version Control to Code Inspection.
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PyCharm is used alongside other JetBrains development software specifically for the development of Python-based unit tests and applications. For the most part, PyCharm is used as a stand-alone tool to write and execute these unit tests, but occasionally Visual Studio is also used for this purpose as well.
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August 23, 2017

My favorite Python IDE

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I used PyCharm as IDE for all projects, which were based on Python code.

Typical tasks were:
- UI test automation (Selenium, Appium)
- API test automation (Requests)
- Data scraping, parsing and converting

Also I am using PyCharm Community Edition for my personal needs (like self educational projects in machine learning, statistics etc).
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Not everyone uses it. It is the individual's choice to use PyCharm IDE. It doesn't solve any business problems but helps the developer in Python development process.
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PyCharm is a Python IDE which also contains static code testing capabilities.
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