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In part 2, Jason will map the business-readable tests we created last time to test automation code.
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Microsoft said it will add tooling to Hyper-V containers in Windows 10 that will allow developers to bypass complex VM machinations to support development activities. Coming PowerShell module for Docker is also aimed at devs.
A Windows 10 preview build now has some basic Bash shell capabilities that only Windows Insider members can check out in a test environment.
A new tool that ingests every piece of Application Insights and turns it into reportable information is now getting its public preview. It's also got a name.
It's limited what VSDE member can do with it. Also: SQL Server 2016, when released later this year, will also be free.
Microsoft's Qi Lu and his team showed off a few new developer features that will make Office 365 integration a much easier prospect, including Skype SDKs that open up communication capabilities.
Microsoft's Satya Nadella expands the company's vision with the concept of "conversations as a platform." That's where Skype, HoloLens, and Cortana now need developers to usher those tools deeper into the conversation,, which means tools aplenty now and to come.
Microsoft adds native support for the Linux-based Bash command-line shell in Windows update coming this summer.
Docker last week announced a beta release of Mac and Windows developer tools for working with its Docker container technology.
Visual Studio Team Foundation Services Exension for VSC allows management of pull requests, work items directly from Git repos.
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