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  • Blog Post: A DESIGN WITH ALL-CAPS

    Let’s talk about the all-caps menus. When we shared the RC design preview with you, we expected the uppercase menu would generate mixed feedback and emotions. We had seen similar reactions from early adopters and from our own internal users prior to posting about it. Rest assured that we’ve...
  • Blog Post: Setup Improvements for Visual Studio

    Setup is the first experience most of us have of Visual Studio, and in the Visual Studio 2012 we’ve made significant investments in improving your experience. Many of you have already told us you like our new setup user interface (thank you!). We have also been investing in ratcheting up the speed...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 RC Available Now!

    Today, we're excited to announce that Visual Studio 2012 RC is now available for download on our Visual Studio product website . Since the release of Beta, we’ve been hard at work making final touches, addressing top customer feedback from Beta, and improving performance across the IDE. Take...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio Dark Theme

    As we’re closing in on the final designs for Visual Studio 11 I want to thank you again for your feedback. I want to pass along that we are still internalizing your feedback and actively working on the next Visual Studio 11 milestones. The purpose of this post is to follow up on a common request...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 Performance: Improvements in Typing and Editing Responsiveness

    After the beta release, we published several posts on the performance improvements in Visual Studio 11. Since the beta release, we have made a number of additional enhancements, continuing our quest to improve the performance of Visual Studio. The performance work done between beta and the upcoming RC...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 User Interface Updates Coming in RC

    With the release of Visual Studio 11 Beta back in February of this year, we introduced changes to the user experience based on two core design principles, the first being to give you more space for your content and the second being to draw more focus to that content. Since the debut of these changes...
  • Blog Post: Improving Find & Replace in Visual Studio 11 Beta

    In our previous blog post , we introduced the new Find control we are building in Visual Studio. Our goal was to streamline and modernize the vast array of Find experiences and provide a lightweight mechanism to search within documents. With the huge number of responses we received from the Developer...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript Debugging Enhancements

    Visual Studio 11 Beta introduces a first class JavaScript development experience and provides a rich toolset for developing Windows Metro style apps. Debugging is a crucial part of that toolset. In this post I am going to focus on just some of the new scenarios and enhancements we’ve added to JavaScript...
  • Blog Post: Improving how we update Visual Studio

    A common piece of feedback we’ve gotten is to make it easier to find and acquire bug fixes and updates – basically, how we can bring more improvements to more customers, more promptly, and more easily. As you can imagine, there are many factors to balance here, ranging from the kinds of updates...
  • Blog Post: Round-tripping with Visual Studio 11

    About two years ago we wrote a blog post entitled Why does Visual Studio 2010 convert my projects? One of the strong pieces of feedback we received was that you wanted to be able to work on your projects using both the current and previous version of VS. We are delighted to announce that Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: The Visual Studio 11 Beta Survey is Live!

    It’s been just 3 weeks since we released Visual Studio 11 Beta, and we’d like to hear what you think! Let us know your impressions by taking the Visual Studio 11 Beta survey . We do these surveys with most of our releases, and they help us gauge how we are doing with core areas such as...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 Beta Performance Part #3

    Welcome back to the 3rd and final part of the Visual Studio 11 Beta Performance series. This week’s topic is Debugging. As I mentioned in the 1st post debugging is a key component in your continuous interaction with Visual Studio and we heard from you that the compile, edit and debug cycle had hiccups...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 Beta Performance Part #2

    Welcome back to part 2 of the Visual Studio 11 Beta Performance series. This week’s topic is Solution Load. We received a great deal of feedback from you clearly telling us that it takes too long to get into your code when loading solutions. I would like to introduce Nathan Halstead, from the Visual...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 Beta Performance Part #1

    Following the //Build conference last year I posted “ Addressing Visual Studio Performance ” to gather your feedback on Visual Studio performance and to discuss with you those areas you felt were important for us to improve. Next, I posted “ An update on Visual Studio Performance ” about some of the...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 11 Beta Available Now!

    Today, we're excited to announce that Visual Studio 11 Beta is now available for download . Back in September, we announced the release of Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview and detailed the simplification efforts we made across the IDE, integration of the best and most popular features from the Productivity...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the New Developer Experience, Part #2

    UPDATE: We hear you. There’s a lot of excitement about this release and a lot of passion about colors, designs, styles and icons. Know that we are listening to all your comments here, across social media and we are working hard to make Visual Studio 11 a fast, powerful and feature-rich product...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the New Developer Experience

    UPDATE: We hear you. There’s a lot of excitement about this release and a lot of passion about colors, designs, styles and icons. Know that we are listening to all your comments here, across social media and we are working hard to make Visual Studio 11 a fast, powerful and feature-rich product...
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