We are pleased to announce that the March 2018 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available from the marketplace and the gallery. You can the download the Python extension from the marketplace, or install it directly from the extension gallery in Visual Studio Code.
Note: this blog post was first released for 15.7 Preview 1, and has been updated to reflect the latest as of 15.7 Preview 3
We have released the third preview of our next update to Visual Studio 2017. If you already have the preview installed you will see a notification in Visual Studio within the next few days,
We are pleased to announce that the February 2018 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available from the marketplace and the gallery. You can the download the Python extension from the marketplace, or install it directly from the extension gallery in Visual Studio Code.
For everyone from enterprise programmers to data scientists, Python is one of the most popular dynamic languages for software development. Anaconda, the most popular Python data science platform, provides 6 million users with a streamlined Python environment on Windows, Mac or Linux.
We’re pleased to announce the January 2018 release for the Microsoft Python extension for Visual Studio code is now available. You can the download the Microsoft Python extension for VS Code from the marketplace, or install it directly from the extension gallery in Visual Studio Code.
We’re excited to announce our first update to the Microsoft Python extension for Visual Studio Code. In this release, we’ve added additional support for conda environments and fixed numerous bugs in the editor and debugger.
Support for Conda Environments
Conda environments are now automatically detected from the Anaconda root location.
Last week I had the privilege to attend the inaugural North Bay Python conference, held in Petaluma, California in the USA. Being part of any community-run conference is always enjoyable, and to help launch a new one was very exciting. In this post,
I’m delighted to announce that Don Jayamanne, the author of the most popular Python extension for Visual Studio Code, has joined Microsoft! Starting immediately, Microsoft will be publishing and supporting the extension. You will receive the update automatically, or visit our Visual Studio Marketplace page and click “Install”.
In Python, everything is an object. Compared to Java which forces you to code everything in an object-oriented programming style but still has the concept of primitive types which are not objects on their own (although Java 5 added autoboxing to help hide this discrepancy),
It’s been a while since we last posted, and we’ve been hard at work on new features for Python in Visual Studio 2017. Today, the first preview of the next update has been released, which you can install from visualstudio.com or by updating your existing Preview install.