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We will start with Asynchrony in .NET, which deals with the use of asynchronous code to provide more responsive applications and discusses how it may benefit your applications. Next we will look at Unwrapping C++ Development, which tackles the elder statesman of languages served by VISUAL STUDIO 2015. Later will see Working with Team Foundation Server 2015, which describes how Team Foundation Server can benefit your productivity. After that will See Languages, it takes a moment to look at some languages other than .NET and C++, which include Type Script and Python. Python has a long and successful history, and it is now a first-class citizen of Visual Studio. Finally we will see Final Polish, we will cover some ways to extend Visual Studio's abilities, and we will get your app ready for consumption by end users.
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This video is a practical guide to using Visual Studio 2015 and will help you become familiar with the improvements made in previous versions. Each video provides a hands-on approach to the new features with step-by-step instructions on how to increase your productivity
What You Will Learn
- Integrate .NET Framework 4.6 effectively
- Use asynchrony with web applications
- Create a shader using DGSL
- Develop modern C++11 with Visual Studio 2015
- Protect and manage your source code with Team Foundation Server
- Getting feedback from your users
- Integrate Python into Visual Studio
- Create Visual Studio add-ins and extensions
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