ICYMI – Microsoft Connect, Linux, WIP and a new Insider Preview Build

Just when you thought you’d seen it all at the MVP Summit, we come back with a few exciting announcements from Connect. We want to thank you again for joining us, and if you couldn’t make it this time, continue reading to see what you might’ve missed.

Connect(); 2016

Connect, the annual Visual Studio-centered developer conference, announced the latest version of our favorite IDE, a preview for the new Visual Studio Mac edition, Team Foundation Server 2017 and a preview for Visual Studio Mobile Center. On top of that, we announced our platinum-level partnership with the Linux foundation. We’re thrilled to finally share all of these updates with you – follow the links below to learn more.

Got questions for @KevinTGallo (Head of WinDev Platform)? Get answers in his #MSFTConnect Q&A! https://t.co/ozJgzNjIHE

— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) November 17, 2016

Programming Windows Information Protection (WIP) has never been easier. Learn how to protect your info here: https://t.co/2PRlBh9PgA pic.twitter.com/3xThWhAzoR

— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) November 13, 2016

UWP Community Toolkit Update 1.2

Our goal with this update was to stabilize current features while adding the most wanted ones that were missing. Check out the blog to see the full list of updates, additions and assorted bells and whistles.

New helpers and new controls in the latest UWP Community Toolkit update. Click below to learn more! https://t.co/4Y2dyu0hX7

— Windows Developer (@windowsdev) November 18, 2016

Windows Insider Preview Build 14971

Coming to you in this week’s build: improved reading experience in Microsoft Edge, new opportunities in 3D, PowerShell updates and a whole bunch of PC fixes.

And that’s all! Make sure to tweet us if you have any questions or comments and, as always, see you next week.

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Source: Windows Blog