Welcome!0:49 with Kenneth Love
Howdy! Let's do a quick overview of what 3.6 brings us before we start writing any code.
[MUSIC] 0:00 Hey everyone, I'm Kenneth, the Python teacher here at Treehouse. 0:04 Now in all of our courses, we're using Python 3.5, 0:07 because until December 2016 that was the newest version of Python. 0:10 Just before the new year though, 3.6 was released and 0:15 brought with it a few really nice updates. 0:17 This workshop is going to be different from most of the others you've 0:20 watched here. 0:22 There won't really be any code for 0:22 you to write except to try out the features with me. 0:24 If you just wanna sit back and see what these updates are, go for it. 0:26 As you can probably imagine, 0:30 a new version of Python brings quite a few new features and fixes. 0:31 I won't be covering everything in the update, but I've linked the release notes 0:34 in the teacher's notes if you want to see absolutely everything that's included. 0:37 Consider this workshop to be the highest of highlights. 0:40 So stick around and find out about formatted string literals, underscores and 0:43 numbers, variable annotations, and more. 0:47
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