Dmitry Lyalin

Principal Program Manager, .NET (Hot Reload, XAML Tooling & .NET MAUI)

I work in the .NET team as a Program Manager with a focus on bringing Hot Reload 🔥 technology to Visual Studio and as many .NET developers as possible. I also work on .NET MAUI and XAML Tools. When not keeping busy at my virtual office I am a busy dad, who occasionally tries to find time to still be a PC Gamer.

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Speed up your .NET and C++ development with Hot Reload in Visual Studio 2022

With the recent release of Visual Studio 2022 Preview 2 we’d like to use this blog post to dive deeper into the brand-new Hot Reload experience which works for both managed .NET and newly supported native C++ apps. With Hot Reload our goal is to save you as many app restarts between edits as possible, making you more productive by ...

Improvements to XAML tooling in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.7 Preview 1

In this blog post we'd like to catch you up on what's new in Visual Studio tooling for XAML developers building WPF, UWP and Xamarin.Forms applications. In this post we'll cover new features shipped in Visual Studio 2019 version 16.5, 16.6 and the most recent release 16.7 Preview 1.

What’s new in XAML developer tools in Visual Studio 2019 for WPF & UWP

If you missed our previous releases or simply have not had a chance to catch-up, this blog post will be the one place where you can see every major improvement we’ve made throughout 2019.

Windows Desktop Developer Twitch Workshop (March 14, 2019)

Today we’d like to announce an upcoming free live streaming workshop on March 14th, 2019 focused on Windows Desktop development for .NET applications using frameworks such as WPF, WinForms and UWP.

Connect(); // 2016 starts Nov 16th

As hundreds of people across Microsoft head towards New York City we wanted to take this opportunity to write a short blog post to remind our community that we’re almost ready to unveil Connect(); // 2016, Microsoft’s big fall developer event, streaming live and totally for free from November 16th through the 18th. You might be reading ...

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