re: PyCharm vs Visual Studio Code to boost Productivity? VIEW POST

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I used PyCharm for a while, but have recently switched to VSC.

PyCharm is much more stable than VSC, and the ability to link and manage data sources (e.g. SQL Server) is a huge advantage (but only available in paid version).

That being said, VSC is lightweight and constantly evolving. My team uses self-hosted GitLab and Anaconda to manage environments, and VSC integrates perfectly with these tools.

As far as environments go - we save our .yml environment files to each project repo, and when our production server syncs with the master branch, it automatically rebuilds the conda environment and activates them via batch files when running the repo's code. I can't recommend this enough! Pip gave me nightmares. Anaconda has been a god send.

 

What type of problems you faced in Pip that made you to move towards anaconda.

Recently i was having problem in anaconda so i have switched to virtualenv using pip

 

Het Matt,

What you described sounds like a great idea!!
"we save our .yml environment files to each project repo, and when our production server syncs with the master branch, it automatically rebuilds the conda environment and activates them via batch files when running the repo's code",
I am learning python I wonder could you elaborate on how to do this or point me to some good references?

I would really appreciate any help!

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