Should 'virtualenv' be preferred over Anaconda's virtual env for any reasons other than personal preference and experience? Are there any material differences between the two that make one or the other infeasible for professional Python development?
I am particularly interested in which type of virtualenv manager I should push for adoption within the company I work for - I want to answer this question early on to avoid any possible headaches down the road.
I use Anaconda's virtual environment and it serves my needs very well. I find it much easier to use, activate, deactivate, manage than virtualenv.
However, I've read in some places that virtualenv is preferred over Anaconda's virtual env, and the logic is almost always "trust me on this for now" or it is a preference. Any color would be appreciated.