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Response to review of WebStorm 6

Response to review of WebStorm 6 This review of WebStorm 6 is off the mark. When I was working at Trapeze, we used LESS CSS and Grunt for the frontend of our projects. Grunt was used to run compile the CSS, minify and concatenate the CSS and JavaScript. In WebStormRead More

PyCharm: Markdown mode can display a Preview

I just discovered something great and something that will help me document projects. Sometimes I wonder how the README of a project will look on github or bitbucket and the only way for me to check is to push my changes, fire up the browser, go to the repo andRead More

Presentation: Why PyCharm

Just created a short presentation for work about why I’m checking out the PyCharm IDE. I wrote a post earlier about it. Update: found a nice post by a VIM user who switched to PyCharm and found it awesome how integrated everything is.

Trying out PyCharm python IDE

I got a 30-day free trial copy of pycharm, and it’s pretty amazing so far. I’m usually an emacs user but I’ve struggled with making things easier in terms of testing and deployment. At work I’m running emacs and a console with multiple tabs just to be able to developRead More