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Solliance's Brian Noyes discusses the changing UI in the mobile era, and how .NET developers can keep up.
Posted on 05/20/2013 at 12:43 PM
Hot topics were: 64-bit; support (or perceived lack thereof) of Azure DevOps; Linux; the legacy .NET Framework; and even refreshed icons.
The wildly popular Python extension for Visual Studio Code is previewing support for Poetry, which eases Python packaging and dependency management.
Visual Studio 2022 will be previewed this summer as a 64-bit application, opening up gobs of new memory for programmers to use. "Here's to no more out-of-memory exceptions. 🎉"
Viewing data is easier in the April update of Jupyter tooling in Visual Studio Code.
Pointing to COBOL in VS Code, he says the barrier to his learning the 62-year-old language is gone: "We're now cooking with gas!"
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