Across Visual Studio Code and Azure Notebooks, January brought numerous exciting updates to the AI and Machine Learning tooling for Python! This roll-up blog post recaps the latest products updates and the upcoming events for AI and Machine Learning.
Today we’re very excited to announce the availability of Data Science features in the Python extension for Visual Studio Code! With the addition of these features, you can now work with data interactively in Visual Studio Code, whether it is for exploring data or for incorporating machine learning models into applications, making Visual Studio Code an exciting new option for those who prefer an editor for data science tasks.
Ever get the feeling your users aren’t that happy with your project? We all get those issues that are real downers on our repository. So I thought, let’s take these issues and make something fun. Using the Text Analytics Service and the WordCloud Python package,
In 3 months, Python 3 will be better supported than Python 2.
Are you using Python 3 for your development? It has been out for 7+ years at this point. So, if you aren’t using it, why not? Since December of 2008,