This week we are deploying our sprint 82 work for VS Online. This is a very BIG deployment – lot’s of stuff. You can read the release notes. First and foremost Build.VNext is here! It is now in Public Preview and everyone can try it.
Last week the VS Code team came to us saying that they really wanted a great experience getting bug reports from customers. Microsoft Connect just isn’t a pleasant experience. They looked at UserVoice and it’s great for suggestions but not optimized for bugs.
Today, we are expanding our VS Online footprint to include an instance in Australia. This adds to the several instances we have in the US and the one we have in Europe. It is part of our drive to make VS Online available to everyone,
I briefly described our new Power BI integration for VS Online in my //Build/ post last week. I didn’t however provide any details on how to use it. Jeff Levinson has written a very detailed walk through that explains many of the concepts and shows you how to get connected.
Real Madrid is one of the biggest and most successful sports franchises in the world. Over the past several months we’ve been working with them to build some digital experiences to provide their fans the best possible experience. As part of that,
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