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Visual Studio Live! speaker Vishwas Lele discusses how the new, tighter integration between Visual Studio and Windows Azure can make developers more productive.
Posted on 08/21/2013 at 12:42 PM
.NET Core placed high in a web-dominated ranking of development frameworks published by CodinGame, which provides a tech hiring platform.
Culled from reams of Microsoft documentation, here's a high-level summary of what's new for performance, networking, diagnostics and more, along with links to the nitty-gritty details for those wanting to dig in more.
Microsoft touted the inclusion of Azure SQL Database among the top three databases of 2020 in a popularity ranking by DB-Engines, which collects and manages information about database management systems, updating its lists monthly.
WakaTime, which does time tracking for programmers, released data for 2020 showing that Visual Studio Code is by far the top editor/IDE used by its coders, some of whom are hacking away for more than 15 hours per day.
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