Hi. My name is Mustafa and I'm the author of the 'PyCharm IDE' course. I started working as a network and computer systems administrator since January 2011. I have a bachelor degree in engineering from Alexandria University. After finishing university, I concentrated on learning the Linux system administration. I have many certifications in Linux system administration, network administration, database administration, and some programming languages 'C, C++, and Python'. I have a large experience in working on Linux using RHEL, CentOS, and Ubuntu Linux distributions. I have a desire to teach others and transfer my experience to them in an easy and simplified way.
What is Python?
Describing the meaning of IDE.
Pycharm IDE introduction.
Pycharm community edition general features.
Pycharm IDE Professional Edition vs Community Edition - Features Comparison.
Python & Pycharm installation procedures.
Understanding Pycharm Basics.
Welcome screen entry points.
Creating a new project.
Adding files to your project.
Running your code in Pycharm.
Viewing the keymap configuration.
Customizing frequently used shortcuts using PyCharm Keymaps.
Duplicating a selected keymap.
Finding an action by name in keymap.
Searching for commands and settings across all menus and tools using Find Action command.
The most useful Pycharm shortcuts.
Navigating to any file, class or symbol by its name, and jumping directly to it.
Navigating to recent files.
Jumping to a line.
Automating repetitive procedures using PyCharm Macros.
Recording a macro.
Playback a macro.
Showing the diagram preview using PyCharm Structure Tool Window.
Displaying the structure of a file using Pycharm File Structure Popup.
Structure tool window title bar description.
Python bar description.
Completing the names of classes, methods, and keywords using Pycharm Basic code completion.
Filtering the suggestions list and showing only the types applicable to the current context using Pycharm Smart code completion.
Accepting a suggestion from the list.
Accessing PyCharm Python Console for Windows, Linux, and macOS users.
Uses of the Python Console page.
Python interpreters supported by Pycharm.
Levels of configuring Python interpreters in Pycharm.
Creating a new project interpreter.
Setting an existing project interpreter.
Changing the project interpreter using the Python Interpreter widget.
Changing the project interpreter in the project settings.
Debugging Python code.
Levels of supporting version control integration in Pycharm.
Associating a project root with a version control system.
Associating a directory with a version control system.
Changing VCS associations.
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