Beyond the Editor of PyCharm Community Edition

Beyond the Editor of PyCharm Community Edition

In the first part of our PyCharm Community review we looked at features of the code editor, how to navigate and configure it. This time I look at the other sections such as Documentation, Plugins and more Settings.…

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Editing Code with PyCharm Community Edition

Editing Code with PyCharm Community Edition

This is the first part of the promised PyCharm review, where we look at the Code Editor in PyCharm Community. Our follow up will look at the Plug-ins and other features that make it a fully-fledged IDE.…

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Wanting to Remote Pair in a Team of One

Wanting to Remote Pair in a Team of One

If you've ever tried pair programming you may have found it a challenge to start but reaped the benefits once you got used to coding alongside another... But if you work remotely or on your own then it gets harder to do.... As this is my current situation I thought I'd look at what your options are!…

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Code Editor or IDE?

Code Editor or IDE?

In a previous article we started looking at Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) for Python. But some of the examples are code editors and not IDEs so here we compare the two and the areas between.…

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Remote Working for Developers

Remote Working for Developers

Software Developer? Remote Working? Read on...... For remote working generally we've covered the basics, some podcasts and places to work, and now we look at the issues for developers and what we'll drill down to in future posts.…

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Development Environments (IDEs) for Python

Development Environments (IDEs) for Python

As someone at the beginning of their journey into Python, I thought now would be a good time to start looking at IDEs (Iteractive Development Environments) for Python.…

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A Guidebook to R

A Guidebook to R

With the continuing rise in popularity of Data Science and the integration of R into the Microsoft ecosystem it´s time to bring together several articles on R from 2016. This is done to give you the benefits of a focused guide to the essentials of R and a little bit more. It is most useful for developers and those wanting to get started in data science.…

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Python: Resources

Python: Resources

Having decided you are interested in Python, what are your options next? Tutorials There are many places to learn python online, but you could do worse than to check out LearnPython.org, or SoloLearn. which has…

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Python: Why Should You be Interested?

Python: Why Should You be Interested?

In the same vein as the Developer's Guide to R, this post starts off a series about the open-source programming language Python. Why Should You Be Interested? Hundreds of programming languages exist, so why is Python of interest to you?…

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R: Entering the Hadleyverse

R: Entering the Hadleyverse

Finishing off our series on R started off by R: A Guide for Developers, we look at the Hadleyverse.…

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