We are pleased to announce that the February 2020 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available. In this release we closed 66 issues, including a much faster startup of Jupyter Notebook editor and scaling back of configuration notifications. Keep on reading to learn more!
We are happy to announce that the January 2020 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available. This release includes Kernel selection in Jupyter notebooks, performance improvements of Jupyter notebooks editor , auto-activation of the terminal on load (thanks Igor Aleksanov!) and fixes to rebuilding ctags.
DjangoCon 2019 is happening next week in San Diego and Microsoft is pleased to be supporting the conference as Gold sponsors this year. We will have some members from our Python team, our Azure Cloud Advocates, and the PostgreSQL team. Be sure to check out our talks from our team during the conference, and come by the booth!
Today, we are releasing Visual Studio 2019 (16.3 Preview 2), which contains newly-added pytest support a re-worked unittest experience for Python users. Our latest updates apply to both Python Projects and Open Folder workspaces. In this post, we'll take a closer look at this new experience.
Today the Windows team announced the May 2019 Update for Windows 10. In this post we’re going to look at what we, Microsoft’s Python team, have done to make Python easier to install on Windows by helping the community publish to the Microsoft Store and,
Next week we (the Python team here at Microsoft) will be at the PyCon conference in Cleveland, OH on May 1-9, and are looking forward to meeting you! Come join our workshops, then stop by our booth to get some great swag and check out the latest in Visual Studio Code, Azure, Azure Pipelines, and Python on Windows.
In this post, we're going to walk through a sample project that demonstrates scripting a C++ application with Python using CPython, PyBind11 and Visual Studio 2017. We show how you can wrap a C++ class with Python and how to use cross-language debugging and type-hints to get a development experience that only Visual Studio can offer.
We are pleased to announce that the April 2018 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available from the marketplace and the gallery. You can download the Python extension from the marketplace, or install it directly from the extension gallery in Visual Studio Code.
Next week are the Microsoft Build conference in Seattle, WA on May 7-9, and the PyCon conference in Cleveland, OH on May 9-17, and we (the Microsoft Python team) will be at both conferences looking forward to meeting you! If you are going to either of these conferences,
Note: This post was originally published with Visual Studio 15.7 Preview 4, it has been updated to reflect the latest as of Visual Studio 15.7 RTM.
We have released the 15.7 update to Visual Studio 2017. You will see a notification in Visual Studio within the next few days,