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Deborah Kurata, president of InStep Technologies and Visual Studio Live! speaker, highlights some of what's new in Visual Studio 2012.
Posted on 04/01/2013 at 12:42 PM
With advanced IntelliSense/IntelliCode functionality continually being infused into Visual Studio 2019, some developers are using the Quick Actions and Refactorings light bulb to learn new C# coding tricks.
The Project Reunion dev team fixed a bunch of bugs in the new v0.8 RC as Microsoft's evolution of the Windows desktop app development platform nears stability.
Test projects give you a way to exercise your code to see if it works but they're also part of your project's "permanent record." If all you want to do is try something out with some throwaway code, C# Scripting in Visual Studio might be a better choice.
In the new v3.8 release of the open source Uno Platform, a new grid control revamped with Microsoft code is said to provide a 2x performance boost.
Developers can now experiment with serverless computing projects with Azure Functions on the latest preview of the upcoming .NET 6 milestone release.
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