Supercharge your data science workflow with Python and Visual Studio Code | BOD102




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Visual Studio Code offers many great features for Data Scientists and Python developers alike. Explore and experiment on your data using the flexibility of Jupyter Notebooks combined with the power and productivity of VS Code. Then turn your experimental code into production code with the help of the Azure Machine Learning extension, through hyperparameter tuning and deploying your models. Learn how to supercharge your data science and machine learning workflow with VS Code, the Python extension and the Azure ML extension.

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  • Microsoft Developer
    December 2, 2020

    I how to connect to a remote server to run code ?

  • Microsoft Developer
    December 2, 2020

    holy cow that's powerful

  • Microsoft Developer
    December 2, 2020

    2:35 Mad Lad uses Light Theme

  • Microsoft Developer
    December 2, 2020

    For everyone wondering how to get line by line to work I have found this to be the solution:

    View > Command Palette… and run Preferences: Open Settings (JSON)):

    then add this to your settings.json
    "python.experiments.optInto": ["RunByLine – experiment"]

    View  >  Command Palette… and run Developer: Reload Window

  • Microsoft Developer
    December 2, 2020

    hi ! can you share this repo? I had some trouble trying to run a custom set of tensorflow scripts on azureml so it would be helpful

  • Microsoft Developer
    December 2, 2020

    Hi, Jeffery. How do you get line-by-line button there? I don't see it in jupyter notebook file in on my vscode.

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