re: PyCharm vs Visual Studio Code to boost Productivity? VIEW POST


I used to use PyCharm while studying python, Then I started to discover Django when I found that it's NOT supported in PyCharm - Cummunity Edition which I had and it's available only in the paid version..
Then I started seeking a new IDE or even a text editor that supports at least Django's template engine.
It ended up using VS Code and It's the best IDE I found.
Jetbrains' products are great but I feel more comfortable using VS Code.


Yes Community edition doesnt support that.

Whats your views about the productivity by using scientific libraries like NumPy, Tensorflow etc in PyCharm?

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