The latest PyCharm version has arrived

PyCharm 2019.3 offers support for Python 3.8 and more interactivity

JetBrains has released PyCharm 2019.3. The latest version of the Python IDE lets you use interactive widgets for Jupyter Notebooks—if you are using the Professional Edition. For paid and free versions alike, support for additional Python language features has been added. Let’s see what all has changed.

Setting up Jakarta mail

Tutorial: How to send emails from your Java app

Did you know that your Java app can be integrated with any available SMTP server to send emails? This tutorial goes over how to send emails via your Java app, from setting it up, to building messages, to sending them with Gmail SMTP. Jakarta Mail (previously called Java Mail) can send and receive HTML emails, even with attachments and images.

Watch Vadim Markovtsev's ML Conference session

Mining software development history: Approaches and challenges

This talk from the Machine Learning Conference gives a fun history of mining examples and presents some of the available tooling. Some of the topics we’ll be going over include embeddings, dynamic time warping, seriation, and HDBSCAN. Watch Vadim Markovtsev’s ML Conference session and come away knowing more about software development.

The Python framework gets an upgrade

Django 3.0 begins its async-capable journey with ASGI

Django version 3.0 is the newest version of Django. This open source Python framework was developed for fast web development tasks, with fully scalable architecture. It now begins its journey towards async-capable Django. Take a look at what the 3.0 milestone includes, what features were added and removed, and what Django has to offer Python developers.

That's why Kublr built it into their platform from day ONE

True reliability requires self-healing nodes and infrastructure management

Even the best Kubernetes management solution cannot save you from bad infrastructure provisioning. You can’t achieve true self-healing applications if you don’t have a self-healing infrastructure. Find out what self-healing Kubernetes can and cannot do and how Kublr provides fully self-healing clusters, including master and worker nodes.

Our favorite GitHub repos

The trendy five: GitHub repos to be thankful for in November 2019

Another month has passed, and that means it’s time to collect our favorite GitHub repos and explore some of the coolest, most impressive, or most interesting projects that we found. In November, we took a look at a privacy-first home automation tool powered by Python 3, a way to use VS Code on the go, a JavaScript library for making intuitive, easy flowcharts, and a few more goodies.