CodeLens helps you track programming activity in .NET apps by surfacing information about changes to specific code elements, including when they happened and who made them. It helps to keep your dev team more productive, by avoiding costly context switches and keeping them in the IDE. In this video, Stuart Kent demos CodeLens Team Indicators, highlighting new features introduced in Visual Studio 2013 and 2015.
Debugging and diagnostics are fundamental skillsets for any Visual Studio developer, so we hope you join us for a live Q&A session with members of both the Visual Studio debugging and Azure cloud diagnostic team, hosted by Dan Fernandez. This will be your chance to meet members of the product team working on the tools you love, to ask your questions and enjoy an hour full of discussion and demos.
Shane Ginsberg, Nathan Moody, Michael Neuman, and Rick Barraza discuss topics ranging from the critical importance of user empathy when designing and building software for people, to design's role in the age of ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence. Online viewers provided several great questions for the panelists to explore. Lots of topics and important information for designers and developers alike. Tune in.