TensorFlow is the main deep learning library we are using in the Udacity Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree Program, and it’s been a little bit painful because of the lack of Windows support.
We’ve had to work with our Windows users to set up Docker containers in which to run TensorFlow, and frankly we haven’t done as good a job with that as we should.
So thank goodness Google announced yesterday that they’re releasing Windows support for TensorFlow.
It looks to be early stages and I’m not sure if we can safely point our students there yet, but hopefully it means we can get there soon.
And it’s also another step toward TensorFlow becoming the library of choice for deep learning.