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Identities and Work Item Tracking in TFS 2015

In Team Foundation Server 2015 we introduced identity fields which made significant changes to how the Work Item Tracking (WIT) system handles identity values. These changes help modernize the underlying system and provide support for upcoming features . However, the changes result in API and data format differences that TFS users (especially ...


Automatic linking work items to builds

The “Automatic linking of a build with associated work items” feature was released in TFS 2017 Update 2 (see the Release Notes). In a nutshell, this feature allows users to track builds that have incorporated their work without having to manually search through a large set of builds. For a richer, more first-class experience, we decided ...


Try out Visual Studio 2022 version 17.5 Preview 2

I’m excited to share today we released Visual Studio 2022 17.5 Preview 2! Your feedback goes directly to the product team working to deliver you the best developer IDE. We welcome your feedback on Developer Community where we are always eager to hear your suggestions for new or existing features and learn about any bugs or issues via report ...


Leveraging Azure Search for Implementing a QnA Bot in Unsupported Languages

Image: F.A.Q by photosteve101, used by CC BY 2.0 Background Our team recently worked with a Korean company that wanted to expose a QnA (Frequently Asked Questions / Questions and Answers) bot in their web portal to help answer common user questions. Bot Framework provides a QnA service (QnA Maker) that takes a list of common questions and ...


What's new for the WinForms Visual Basic Application Framework

Since .NET 6, we updated the WinForms runtime to support and improve the Visual Basic Application Framework. In Visual Studio 2022, we also modernized the related user experience. Time to take a closer look how all this works behind the scenes, lets you move from .NET Framework to .NET 6/7+ and provides a great opportunity to modernize your WinForms Visual Basic Apps!


More flexible and inclusive ways to manage your documents

One of Visual Studio 2022’s key investments is in helping you personalize Visual Studio so that you can code the way you want. We’ve added new capabilities for added flexibility and inclusivity for working with your documents! Flexible workspace We’ve introduced a way for you to color file tabs by project, so that you don’t have ...


Dual-screen app design walkthrough

Hello designers, This week we are excited to share with you our journey that inspires, educates, and showcases real world usage of various design patterns and provides designers a sense of exploring foldables with working examples of how to make use of the dual-screen/folding form factors in different ways when an application is ...