Just curious, why did the Python course have a Jupyter project? It seems out of place with the rest of course so far being within the codecademy site.
The main benefit of codecademy for me is to be able to do it in the browser as I’m running temporarily on Windows while I normally develop on Mac.
Installing Jupyter took me down a rabbit hole of having to first install Python, then troubleshoot recently surfaced issues of not being able to run Python after installation (it opens up the MS Store). This was all after setting up WSL, Python in WSL, etc before hitting a wall with Jupyter in WSL. A lot of StackOverflow and Googling later, I finally got it running but it stopped my momentum going through the course for the day.
Looking at the forums, it seems non-Windows users also have had trouble setting it up.
So I’m curious, why have the Jupyter project at all instead of staying with the codecademy in-browser experience?