With the April 2 public launch of Visual Studio 2019, developers worldwide can now use the most productive, modern, and innovative Visual Studio yet.
Richard Conway, Microsoft Regional Director, MVP and Co-founder of the UK Azure User Group, lets us know his thoughts on last month’s Connect() event and announcements.
It’s a busy year and everyone is off at customer sites, working from home or in meetings all day, so how do you get everyone to pick their name out of the hat for Secret Santa?
PowerShell MVP Richard Siddaway takes a look at the differences between PowerShell v6 and Windows PowerShell 5.1, including use cases, resources and what’s to come now that it’s open source.
The idea of having the two backlogs can still be pretty new to many people Mohamed Radwan explains the philosophy behind the usage of different backlogs, and presents the integration of different management systems.
In this post, Mohamed Radwan from Testhouse looks at how the Delivery Plans extension for VSTS works, and how you can utilise it to carry out your project deliveries.
Giles Davies takes a look at what Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise provides in each of five key areas, over and above what Professional offers.
The TechNet Pod is a monthly podcast that rounds up everything that’s been happening on Microsoft UK’s technical channels, including TechNet UK, @MSDevUK and @TechNetUK. This month, we talk bots and AI in our interview with Martin Beeby.
Giles Davies takes a look at what’s new and why you should be using Visual Studio 2017 – 17 reasons for VS17!
Visual Studio 2017 RC is here! Pete Gallagher gives us a detailed walkthrough of the changes that come with it, and what they mean for developers.