@pixouls For Python I'd recommend PyCharm by JetBrains. They have a free community edition. jetbrains.com/pycharm/

But if you're happy with what you're using and it works for you, there's no need to switch to something else, of course. :D


@sindastra @pixouls Well, I had my fair share with the Jetbrains IDEs. Not my taste (as in general, IDEs appear „too helpful” for my style of writing code).

But yeah, you will find many Python developers using PyCharm and loving it.

There's also Spyder for scientists:

MATLAB … well, *sighs
Guess you have to work with that (GNU Octave is only partially compatible).

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