Essential Visual Studio 2019 (Apress)
Monday, 13 July 2020

In this book, subtitled "Boosting Development Productivity with Containers, Git, and Azure Tools", Bruce Johnson offers explicit guidance for the developer who is already familiar with Visual Studio, but might feel a little lost when it comes to understanding the more recent features and advances of the IDE. He looks in detail at key features and advances that have been added, expanded, or improved, and topics such as unit testing, refactoring, Git, debugging, and containers.

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Author: Bruce Johnson
Publisher: Apress
Date: June 2020
Pages: 376
ISBN: 978-1484257180
Print: 1484257189
Kindle: B08B4H9136
Audience:Visual Studio developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: Visual Studio & general .NET 

  • Know how the new features and improvements in Visual Studio 2019 can make you more productive
  • Understand the value of modifications and when they can be used to take full advantage of this powerful IDE
  • Review changes to Visual Studio over the last two versions and see where the development process is heading
  • Discover the cloud-based, containerized, dev-ops-aware, and platform-flexible aspects of Visual Studio
  • Gain clarity on the areas that have the greatest impact to you personally

 

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