Effective PyCharm Transcripts
Chapter: Why PyCharm and IDEs?
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0:00 It's worth taking just a moment to point out that PyCharm is completely cross platform. It runs on Windows, Mac OS and on Linux,
0:09 There's some really great IDE's for certain technologies like Visual Studio and C#, but that only runs on Windows. So if you want to use C# on say Mac,
0:18 you've got to get an entirely different product called Visual Studio for Mac, then it's not even closely related to the same thing,
0:24 even though it works in the same files, that's not the case in the PyCharm world,
0:28 it's exactly the same application with exactly the same features across these platforms.
0:34 And people have even done crazy things like try to get it run inside of Doker to try to get it to run on a raspberry pi.
0:41 I think they've gotten both of those things going as well. So there's a lot of different platforms,
0:45 although I don't really recommend running it directly on a raspberry pi. That flexibility that it has is pretty cool.
0:51 So regardless of where you work or the different places you may end up working. PyCharm is gonna be very happy working there.