Python... currently at the end of the 3.6 series in Pro (aka, 3.6.10).
Various packages that are used in the ecosystem are about to begin retiring 3.6.x.
For example... numpy will be saying goodbye
jupyterlab and jupyterlab-server... are they next?
Lots have been added to python 3.8.5 Documentation ... the last stable release
(don't forget to go back and check the 3.7 branch and look forward to 3.9/3.10 coming branches)
Is ArcMap the reason for the holdback?
Given that major and minor releases control substantive changes...
and minor change from 2.5 to 2.6 didn't produce a python change AND minor changes seem to occur once a year around UC, does that mean that we have to wait until next year?
Does anyone have any thoughts on this?
Kory Kramer I will flag you and perhaps the comments on Beta 2 about python versions could be fleshed out here