Bosch widely adopts Visual Studio for their C++ remote Linux projects

Sinem Akinci

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The Bosch security camera team was seeking a unified development setup for their team and recently re-evaluated Visual Studio as a solution for their C++ projects and remote Linux development needs. Their experience with Visual Studio 2022 featured notable improvements relevant to their workflows such as seamless GDB integration and CMake/WSL integrations. 

The Bosch team had adapted their project to maximize Visual Studio’s capabilities but had one last barrier before being able to widely adopt Visual Studio, which was a need for increased customizability of rsync settings. 

Read more about the Microsoft C++ team’s experience with delivering this functionality to Bosch at the link below: 

Bosch widely adopts Visual Studio 2022 after experiencing performance improvements for C++ Linux cross-compilation – C++ Team Blog (


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