Renowned journalist and Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley says the "new" Microsoft has become much more unpredictable, and highlights the current state of the app bridges of Microsoft's Universal App Platform.
What's all the hubbub with microservices? The benefits are in application management and delivery. Paul Mooney shows how in this sample C# app.
Microsoft's Brian Harry offers a look deep inside the evolution of the company's development operations as it transformed itself into a cloud-centric organization.
SharePoint is versatile, in that developers can interact with its data via other programming languages besides what's in Visual Studio. Here's how AngularJS fits into the development mix.
While you might have many projects in Solution Explorer, often you're only working on one of them. Here's how to get a view that focuses on the project that matters.
Microsoft fills in the gaps on its Big Data offering with previews of its Azure Data Lake and Language Services, which includes the brand-new U-SQL language for crunching the incoming explosion of data.
Sometimes security gets a little bizarre. When that happens, you can create your own authorization attribute.
A September update to the .NET Server SDK include automated OWIN setup and improved middleware authentication processes.
Nick Randolph pulls apart the lifecycle of a Windows 10 application and reveals what goes on programmatically when users launch, switch between and close Windows 10 apps.
A number of developer tools have been in the works and released in recent weeks leading up to the release of Office 2016 today.
Readers suggest ways to build a powerful HtmlHelper that simplifies creating typical application Views. Along the way, Peter uses a workaround for extending an anonymous object with additional properties and shows how to extract values from a lambda expression in a View.
If you've got many, many projects in a solution but are only working with one or two of them, you can simplify the view that Solution Explorer gives you.
Preview version 0.8.0 adds TypeScript 1.6 support, improved debugging features, themes, and takes care of Windows setup bugaboos that have plagued some VSC users.
The game development platform has native integration with Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition, which allows option to install it as the default IDE.