#VisualStudio Weekly 20150817 – The Top New Visual Studio Content of the Week

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Here is a roundup of Visual Studio content from this past week ordered by their social sharing volume.  I gather the most shared Visual Studio content in Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.

“Arduino for Visual Studio 2015 [Beta] (Channel 9)”
Visual Studio 2015 is out and for all your Arduino makers, the Visual Micro Arduino for Visual Studio 2015 [Beta] is now out too!

Publish date: 8/14/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
57 70 13 55

“Visual Studio Code (Channel 9)”
In this episode, Robert is joined by Chris Dias, who shows us Visual Studio Code. Visual Studio Code is code editing redefined and optimized for building and debugging modern web and cloud applications. It is free and available on your favorite platform — Linux, OS X, and Windows. In his demos, Chris builds a Node/JavaScript application and then an ASP.NET application.

Publish date: 8/12/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
23 40 8 0

“Debugging 101 in Visual Studio with Andrew Hall (Channel 9)”
This is an awesome introduction to Visual Studio debugging by the master Andrew Hall. Even though it is a 101 type video (and I’ve been using Visual Studio for, well, forever) there are still some gold in there that I had never seen. Enjoy!

Publish date: 8/11/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
52 21 4 1

“Microsoft answers questions about Visual Studio 2015”
Many folks were a bit concerned about Visual Studio 2015, and as such, Microsoft came out to answer many questions regarding the platform. From what we can tell, almost everything you need to know could be found here.

Publish date: 8/11/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
6 24 0 4

“Visual Studio 2015 Enterprise ISO Free Download”
Many folks were a bit concerned about Visual Studio 2015, and as such, Microsoft came out to answer many questions regarding the platform. From what we can tell, almost everything you need to know could be found here.

Publish date: 8/11/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
1 49 0 7

“AC’s Blog: Node.js Development for .NET Developers: Developing & Debugging Workflow – with Visual Studio Code”
VSCode enables debugging when working with Node.js applications or ASP.NET 5 applications. The VSCode site has a great page explaining all the debugging capabilities that it has to offer… instead of repeating what they say, I’ll just point you there.

Publish date: 8/15/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
11 1 6 1

“New and Important features in Visual Studio 2015”
Finally what we all had been waiting for is here, Visual Studio 2015 RTM has been released last month.This version of Visual studio includes many new features.

Publish date: 8/13/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
1 5 0 2

“Roaming Extension Manager | Visual Studio Toolbox – WinBuzzer”
In this episode, Robert is joined by Peaky Yuter, a Microsoft summer intern who worked on the Roaming Extension Manager. This very cool extension helps you keep track of your extensions across all of your development environments. It keeps track of the extensions you have installed by creating a synchronized list in the cloud. tracks which extensions you have installed and lets you choose which ones to are added to your Roaming list.

Publish date: 8/14/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
22 0 0 0

“Microsoft Visual Studio as a Python IDE – Trevor Sullivan’s Tech Room”
If you’re running the Windows operating system, and doing any type of software development work in VB.NET, C#, PowerShell, MVC, JavaScript, or anything else, you’re most likely familiar with the Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE). Visual Studio has been known for a long time, as an enterprise-class, reliable, and most importantly extensible software development tool.

Publish date: 8/11/2015
Social sharing volume in the past week:
15 2 0 0

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