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,
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.
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.
With PyCon US 2017 happening later this week, we wanted to let you know what we will be up to at the conference!
To start, thanks to our platinum sponsorship this year, we are going to have a booth in the exhibit hall.
Today we have released our next update to Visual Studio 2017, and it’s the one you’ve been waiting for. As of today, the Python development and Data Science and Analytical Applications workloads are stable and ready for production use.
You can read our post on the Visual Studio blog for an overview of what is new,
This week we’ve released a preview of the next update to Visual Studio. It has all of the improvements that were released recently in VS 2017 Update 1, and also the earliest previews of VS 2017 Update 2.
For Python support,
Last week we announced that the Python development workload is available now in Visual Studio Preview, and briefly covered some of the new improvements in Visual Studio 2017. In this post, we are going to go into more depth on the improvements for the Python Interactive Window.
Today is launch day for Visual Studio 2017, and you can see all the info and join the live event at launch.visualstudio.com. But over in this corner of our world, we are announcing something special.
As you likely know, once software is officially released,
This week, those of you using Visual Studio 2017 RC will be getting an update notification. This is a refresh of RC, with a whole lot of improvements and fixes (based on your feedback), and a selection of features that didn’t quite make the initial RC release.