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I keep thinking about a tweet that said you should tackle challenging problems and do everything you can to maximize time well spent, so your ecosystem doesn’t have to.  Because once you’re distracted, it can be challenging to get back into the flow of writing code. Developers juggle a massive cognitive overload of different software, ...

We’re upgrading Visual Studio’s feedback! 

Visual Studio is a customer driven tool, our team is dedicated to exploring and learning what challenges you may be facing so we can help. To provide the highest quality of feedback we are upgrading our system, which means older versions of Visual Studio will no longer be compatible to provide feedback. If you want to continue to submit ...

What’s new in .NET Productivity with Visual Studio 2022

With the release of Visual Studio 2022 the Roslyn team continues to enhance your .NET developer productivity with the latest tooling improvements. In this post I’ll cover the following .NET productivity enhancements: Navigation and code exploration Navigating and exploring code is an integral part of ...

Become a master at Git and Open Source 

Have you ever wondered how to manage your code better but never had the time to learn about Git and version control? Maybe you are the only one working on your code and thought that Git is only good for collaboration? Are you someone who has been working on proprietary code and has not had a chance to learn from or contribute to open source...

Introducing the new Razor editor in Visual Studio 2022

With the release of Visual Studio 2022 you can now use the new Razor editor for local ASP.NET Core development with MVC, Razor Pages, and Blazor. Download Visual Studio 2022 and make sure to update to 17.0.2 to get the latest Razor updates. Benefits of moving to a Razor Language Server Protocol We have been working for some time on a new...

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