Python in Visual Studio Code with new debugger

(Last Updated On: September 20, 2018)


Python in Visual Studio Code with new debugger

To be honest, I ain’t no fan of Microsoft product even if it was free like Windows 10 or Skype. I must this product Visual Studio Code is not bad since it runs on all major operating system. This now includes an updated debugging engine ptsvd 4. This article says:

In this release we are updating all users to the ptvsd 4.1.1 version of our Python debugger, providing a significant improvement to debugging performance and stability over the previous ptvsd 3.0 version. We originally announced an opt-in preview of ptvsd 4 in the February release of the Python extension, and have been continuing to improve on it based on user feedback. The new debug engine is built on top of the open source pydevd, which has allowed us to take advantage of its superior performance and support for third party libraries.

6 percent up in down crypto currency day

Decent wild day but made 6% intraday which is pretty good considering the performance of other major asset classes today. I also include the earlier set of charts which include many technical indicators to verify the forecasting can be valid!

I will be ramping up the Analytics in coming days

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