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Visual Studio Live! Redmond 2016: The Future of Visual Studio “15”

Visual Studio 2015 was a feature-packed release with additional updates adding tons of value. But time waits for no one and the Visual Studio team knows it. In this session, you'll hear from Microsoft's Mark Wilson-Thomas about the future of Visual Studio -- how it's evolving for its next big release, and even provide how the team uses developer feedback to continuously improve Visual Studio.

Posted on 07/22/2016 at 12:43 PM


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