Visual Studio is getting real-time collaboration in 2018, allowing users to collaborate on code in real-time on Visual Studio.
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Microsoft continues its push with the release of new tools that help developers build, train, and deploy deep learning models on Visual Studio with the help of Azure.
Microsoft has released .NET Core 2.0, a major new version of its cross-platform, open source, and modular .NET platform.
Microsoft has announced the availability of Windows Template Studio 1.2, the latest version of its UWP builder Visual Studio extension.
Microsoft announced today that it is retiring Windows App Studio, its web-based app development tool.
Today at Build 2017, Microsoft announced a preview version of Xamarin Live Player, which is in some ways the final piece of the mobile development puzzle.
While the general availability of Visual Studio for Mac generated a lot of news today, Microsoft also shipped two other important Visual Studio versions.
During the opening day of Build 2017, Microsoft announced that Visual Studio 2017 for Mac is now generally available. There are several other Visual Studio announcements as well.
I'm excited to announce the Xamarin Challenge, a special promotion aimed at getting developers started with Xamarin's amazing cross-platform mobile app capabilities.
While the audience for this will likely be fairly limited, developers interested in early access to new Visual Studio features now have a new option. It's called Visual Studio Preview.
Microsoft launched Visual Studio 2017 yesterday. But as an added bonus, anyone who downloads the suite will also get a 60-day trial of Xamarin University.
Microsoft today released Visual Studio 2017, the latest version of its world-class software development IDE. This release also marks the 20th anniversary of Visual Studio.
While the first version of Visual InterDev promised to be "Visual Basic for the web," it wasn't until the second release that Microsoft really delivered on that vision.
My first book was about Visual Basic 3, and I later updated it for two other product versions, VB 4 and VB 6. Here's a look back at those early days.