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Visual Studio Live! speaker Eric Boyd talks about the benefits of moving traditional web applications to a cloud-based platform like Windows Azure.
Posted on 08/21/2013
Microsoft continued to enhance speech functionality in its Visual Studio Code editor with a new accessibility tool that lets developers dictate directly into the editor.
First, it was problems with moving from the proprietary .NET Framework to the open source, cross-platform .NET (Core). Then, it was problems with Visual Studio 2022 moving to the 64-bit world.
GitHub Copilot Enterprise offers a new way for teams to use the AI-powered code completion tool in a customized experience providing enterprise-grade security, safety and privacy along with nuts-and-bolts coding help.
"Our most important focus areas are cloud-native and intelligent app development," said Microsoft in outlining its vision for .NET 9, which this month shipped in its first preview ahead of reaching general availability in November.
Just as a new extension manager for Visual Studio 2022 was announced in a preview, Microsoft's Mads Kristensen, a principal program manager for the IDE and extension author extraordinaire, floated some new ideas for new tools and functionality.
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