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    Bing Developer Assistant March Update

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    In December 2014 we released the RTM version of Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio. This extension combines the power of Sample Browser and Bing Code Search to make it easy for you to find and reuse over 19 million code snippets and sample projects. Last month, we improved the user experience of Bing Developer Assistant in response to your feedback...
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    The First Batch of Code Sample Videos

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    In FY15, OneCode team collaborated with the Video team on video creation for some high impactful samples. The videos are aimed to help users easily understand the key concept of the code samples, and help them have an overall view about how to use/run and what's the result of using/running the samples from a two-minute short video clip. All-In...
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    Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio 2015 Preview is Released

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    Today we are excited to announce the release of Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio 2015 Preview. Now you can download it from Visual Studio Gallery .   In response to users’ feedback, we have also added a new feature in this release of Bing Developer Assistant . While coding, you will find that your current API is highlighted in the auto...
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    Differences between Visual Studio 2013 Community Edition and Visual Studio 2013 Pro Edition

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    Visual Studio 2013 Community Edition is newly released today . Visual Studio Community 2013 includes all the great functionality of Visual Studio Professional 2013, designed and optimized for individual developers, students, open source contributors, and small teams and it has some limits on who can use it. Learn more about Visual Studio Community...
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    Differences between Visual Studio Community Edition and Express Editions

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    First of all, both are free! Visual Studio Community Edition is newly released today . There are two main differences between Visual Studio Community Edition and the Express Editions 1) Visual Studio Express Editions do not allow users to use extensions (aka. plugins). There are over 5000 great plugins for Visual Studio in Visual Studio Gallery...
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