Elements for Microsoft Edge is now integrated into @code. Get the preview and spend more time working with code in your favorite editor: blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/20 

In this episode of , learn how UX can help make software better and the development process less difficult. Listen: dotnetrocks.com/default.aspx?S 

RT @WindowsDocs
VS Code One Dev Question Replay Part 1

Over the next few weeks, we’ll be replaying one of our most popular series that covered VS @code.

In Part 1, Chris Heilmann, @codepo8, explains what VS Code is.

To download VS Code, go to: code.visualstudio.com/Download 

version 16.2 Preview 3 now includes built-in Clang/LLVM support for MSBuild projects.

Learn why Visual Studio is one of the most comprehensive IDEs on Windows and download the latest Preview: devblogs.microsoft.com/cppblog 

Learn the value of Snapshot Debugger and how it can help developers configure the level of deoptimization suitable for their apps: isaaclevin.com/post/snapshot-d 

RT @OpenAtMicrosoft
.@code is a popular code editor that helps you build & debug modern web & cloud applications. It’s free, , & runs on Linux, macOS, & Windows.

At on July 16, join @codebeast to learn how to use . Sign up>> conferences.oreilly.com/oscon/ 

Discover why Snapshot Debugger is built for production at cloud scale and how you can resolve code issues in live apps running in Azure Services: devblogs.microsoft.com/visuals 

Start building using Xcode 11 and integrate new APIs for iOS 13 with the iOS 13 Preview Release. Learn more: devblogs.microsoft.com/xamarin 

You no longer have to rebuild your app each time you tweak your UI. Speed up your development with XAML Hot Reload for .Forms. Read: devblogs.microsoft.com/xamarin 

In this walkthrough, we show you how to create a new document using some of the editor features that make it valuable for XML authoring. Read:
docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visua 

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Mirrored.Social [BETA]

This Mastodon instance is dedicated to mirroring the social media accounts of interesting/useful people and organizations from elsewhere on the Internet. At least until such time as they create their own accounts on the Mastodon network.

If you control an account that is being mirrored here and would like to make changes to how that's done (or not done), please contact Dave Wood via @davewoodx@mastodon.social.

Like this idea? Help support the costs and development at Patreon.

Currently in Beta status. Please let me know if you see bugs or issues.

Mirrors to Follow:

1Password [NEW]

1Password Status [NEW]

Android [NEW]

AppStore [NEW]

App Store Games [NEW]

Barack Obama

Canada [NEW]

CGP Grey [NEW]

Chris Hadfield [NEW]

CommitStrip [NEW]

Daring Fireball

#dearMoon [NEW]

Dianna Cowern

DuckDuckGo [NEW]

Elon Musk*

GitHub [NEW]

GitHub API [NEW]

GitHub Status [NEW]

Have I Been Pwned [NEW]

Internet of Shit*

iTC Status

Jony Ive Parody*

Keybase [NEW]

Let's Encrypt [NEW]

Linode [NEW]

Merge Conflict [NEW]

Marques Brownlee

NASA

NGINX, Inc. [NEW]

nginx web server [NEW]

php.net [NEW]

Orbital ATK [NEW]

Overcast [NEW]

Realm [NEW]

Relay FM [NEW]

Ryan Reynolds* [NEW]

Edward Snowden* [NEW]

SpaceX

Tesla [NEW]

Tim Cook [NEW]

Visual Studio [NEW]

Visual Studio App Center [NEW]

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