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Data Bytes: Choosing a Python IDE

Data Bytes: Choosing a Python IDE

Integrated development environments (IDEs) are a useful and often critical component in a programmer’s workflow. Join JHU Data Services in this one-hour session, which will introduce IDEs — what they are and why one might use them, and end with demonstrating several popular IDEs for Python programming. We’ll cover a range of options and features, from simple text editors to debuggers and plug-ins, to help you determine what may work best for you and why. This workshop is open to Python programmers of all levels.

Date:
Monday, September 19, 2022
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Campus:
Online
Audience:
  Faculty/Staff     Students  
Presenter:
Pete Lawson
Categories:
Data Bytes   Data Services  

Registration is required. There are 60 seats available.

Data Bytes are short data-related talks, hosted by Data Services, offered during lunch (12 to 1 pm) on Mondays. Come join us (virtually) and learn something new! Talks are lecture or demonstration based, so you can come and relax, eat your lunch, and learn something new! Each semester we will present topics around a new theme; this fall the Data Bytes topics are centered around programming and GIS.

Event Organizer

Pete Lawson
Data Services