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Microsoft .NET – .NET and Universal Windows Platform Development
With Visual Studio 2015, you can now use the latest .NET technology to build Universal Windows Platform (UWP) applications that run on all Windows 10 devices—including the phone in your pocket, the laptop or tablet in your bag, the Surface Hub in your office, the Xbox console in your home, HoloLens, and any other devices you can imagine on the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s truly an exciting time to be a Windows developer.

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Videos we favorited

Visual Studio Toolbox: Extensions by Mads Kristensen

In this episode, I am joined by Mads Kristensen, author of many of the most useful and cool Visual Studio extensions around.

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Libraries and Tools to the rescue

Visual Studio Tooling – NuGet Features Enhance Windows 10 Development

Several new tools are now available from the NuGet team. It worked with several teams at Microsoft to deliver a new version of the NuGet client to support the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and the new Portable Class Libraries (PCLs). The new NuGet tools are available through Tools | Extensions and Updates | Update in Visual Studio 2015, as well as the NuGet distribution site at NuGet has also released a new version of the NuGet command-line tool you can download from the same location on Read more

Events/Webinars/Seminars you shouldn't miss

Connect(); //2015

A year ago Connect(); started the journey for a new Microsoft for developers, unveiling the future of an open source .NET on Linux and Mac, and a free Visual Studio for targeting any device and any OS. Join us this year to hear directly from Scott Guthrie, Brian Harry, and Scott Hanselman on what’s next in this exciting journey. Get deeper insights into our exciting announcements with over 30 on-demand sessions. Interact with the engineering team members behind Microsoft tools and technologies to help you get started. Read more

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