I’m currently running Visual Studio 2012 on my laptop, believe it or not, however I’m very excited to know that the Visual Studio 2015 Preview version is now available for user testing purposes, and will be rolled in early 2015 for general use. Among the usual bells and whistles that come with any newer version of Visual Studio, for the very first time, this newer version of Visual Studio comes with feature list of Mac and Linux targeted environments, which will surely bring a huge smile to developers who would like to build .NET applications for their Linux based environments. This release again also comes hot on the heels of a recent announcement that Microsoft has now open-sourced the .NET Framework. Here is a brief feature list to watch out for in Visual Studio 2015.
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