- Virtual environments create a “bubble” around your project so that any libraries or packages you install within it don’t affect your entire machine.
- Teams with remote employees use virtual environments so they can share code, do code reviews, and collaborate remotely.
- Virtual environments were common in Python 2 because they augmented missing features in the language. Virtual environments are not necessary in Python 3 due to advancements in the language.
- Virtual environments are tied to your GitHub or Bitbucket account, allowing you to access any of your repos virtually from any machine.
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