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Jan. 22, 2022, 7:53 p.m. | /u/Reasonable_Tooth_501

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Problem: I create my stuff in Jupyter. Then when I needs to be deployed by eng, I convert to .py. But when things ultimately need to be revised/fixed, I find it’s much less straightforward to quickly diagnose/test/revise in a .py file.

Two reasons:

a) I LOVE cells. They’re just so easy to drag/drop/copy/paste and do whatever you need with them. Running a cell without having to highlight the specific lines (like most IDEs) saves hella time.

b) Or maybe I’m …

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