Posted on March 31, 2014 by orbital
As part of this endeavor, we are pleased to let you know that JetBrains, the folks behind PyCharm, the popular Python integrated development environment (IDE), has decided to give NUS Orbital students a period license for their Professional version of PyCharm.
You may want to test-drive the IDE and see whether you’d like to use it. Of course, you’re not obligated to use it (it is third-party software and only a temporary license for you to use during the course, but if you find it useful, please go ahead and use it.
Details will be posted in the Piazza forum (where it’s private to our class).
(Disclaimer: Neither NUS or SoC officially endorse this product or company; it is an option for you to use if you find useful).