Welcome back! Python is an awesome programming language with a ton of capability, if you’re new to Python, check out the link below to learn more about it:
Everything you need to know about Python in 2022
Welcome back! Python is one of my favorite programming languages of all time, it can really be used to build anything…
Python just got a pretty big update within VS Code, which is one of my favorite code editors to use, if you want to check out the entire release log of this update, here is a link to it:
Python in Visual Studio Code - April 2022 Release
The April 2022 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available.
So, let’s take a look at some of the improvements with this new version of VS Code and Python!
This new version of VS Code brings in a newer extension, this is Pylint, it allows us to use linting within Python and VS Code! If you want to install this extension, here is a link to it:
Pylint - Visual Studio Marketplace
A Visual Studio Code extension with support for the pylint linter. The extension ships with pylint=2.13.4. Once…
Easier Ways To Create Notebooks
This version of VS Code brings in an easier way to create an empty Python or Jupyter notebook file:
The Python interpreter also got a little bit of an update as well, this includes moving the interpreter version to the right:
There have also been a few improvements and bug fixes with this version of VS Code as well, making it a much better experience when using an Anaconda environment.
There you have it! Do you plan on updating to this version of VS Code? I would love to hear your thoughts about this!
Thanks So Much!
if you have any suggestions, thoughts, or just want to connect, feel free to contact/follow me on Twitter! Also, below is a link to some of my favorite resources for learning programming:
Here are some of my favorite courses, books and so much more. Most of these are affiliate links that help me create…
Thanks so much for reading!