Microsoft has published guidance on how to prepare for the upcoming end of support for .NET 5.
The customized, GPU-supported, Azure VM comes pre-installed with tools enabling game production on the cloud, suitable for use with Unreal Engine and Perforce Helix Core.
Microsoft announced the general availability of a Visual Studio Code extension for working with the Power Platform, a line of business intelligence, app development and app connectivity applications.
Careers firm Hired published a "2022 State of Software Engineers" report that analyzes demand, salaries, skills and preferences, including programming languages.
The regular monthly update to Java on Visual Studio Code sees added shortcut snippets aligning with other editors, optimized code completion, improvements to the Maven build automation tool and more pre-release version of extensions.
The second preview of Visual Studio 2022 version 17.2 is out with a full gamut of tweaks across all areas: including C++, .NET productivity, web tools and testing.
Native ahead-of-time (AOT) compilation -- a much-requested and long-awaited feature for .NET -- is getting closer in the new .NET 7 Preview 2.
Addressing an impressive array of issues, .NET MAUI gets a new MenuBar in Preview 14, the last stop before it reaches Release Candidate status.
Visual Studio 2022 for Mac keeps trudging along toward general availability several months behind its Windows cousin, with the latest preview introducing new Azure Functions V4 tooling and reintroducing Xamarin mobile tooling.
In its latest update, Uno Platform borrowed some Xamarin/Mono tech to add brand-new memory profiler support to .NET WebAssembly.
Microsoft's Edge DevTools development team is actively seeking feedback to help improve the product with a new GitHub repo to collect comments.
A new "What's new in C# 11" post explains new features available in preview with the latest tooling bits: NET 6.0.200 SDK or Visual Studio 2022 v17.1.
New pricing plan announced as Power Apps about to enter new six-month release wave.
Olia Gavrysh, a program manager on the .NET team, is keeping her followers updated on the situation from her Twitter feed.
Microsoft's C++ dev team announced that an Embedded Tools extension introduced to Visual Studio 2022 last year is now available for Visual Studio Code as a preview.
It's used to create native commands by rapidly developing PowerShell cmdlets for common command-line tools, regardless of platform.
"This means VB.NET developers can keep using VB, and go to .NET, and get to .NET Core all at once."
After a previous version was canceled, Azure Sphere is back on track in version 22.02, which comes with a brand-new extension for Visual Studio 2022.
"We continue to work closely with the .NET team to align our releases, however we found some issues in .NET 7 preview 1 so we couldn't ship PowerShell 7.3 preview 2 with .NET 7."