Visual Studio 2017 Poster

Visual Studio Blog

Since we launched Visual Studio 2017 last week, hundreds of thousands of customers like you have already installed and started using Visual Studio 2017, and we’re excited to see what you create. Visual Studio 2017 contains so many new features. From productivity enhancements to new C++ capabilities. Start using our ASP.NET Core Tooling along with Live Unit Testing. Explore C# 7 and our new database DevOps features that help improve your productivity.

We thought it would be fun to put together a poster that shows off some of our favorite parts of Visual Studio 2017. You’ll also see some helpful tips and tricks to improve your productivity!


Go ahead and download this poster as a PDF, hang it up in your team room or wherever you code and tweet us a picture at @VisualStudio with the caption #MyVSStory. We also have a web infographic version, and if you just need a cheat sheet of handy keyboard shortcuts, you can just download that page for easy printing.

A quick reminder – we’d love your feedback on Visual Studio 2017. If you run into an issue, you can Report-a-Problem directly from within Visual Studio to our Developer Community. We are always listening so you can also submit suggestions or feature ideas to be considered on our UserVoice.

Tim Sneath, Principal Lead Program Manager, Visual Studio

Tim leads a team focused on Visual Studio acquisition and extensibility. His mission is to see developers create stunning applications built on the Microsoft platform, and to persuade his mother that her computer is not an enemy. Amongst other strange obsessions, Tim collects vintage releases of Windows, and has a near-complete set of shrink-wrapped copies that date back to the late 80s.

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  • Andreas Kromann 0

    Please make one for Visual Studio 2019 as well!

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