Available beginning at Microsoft’s Ignite conference as a public preview, Visual Studio Online provides managed, on-demand development environments that can be used for long-term projects, to quickly prototype a new feature, or for short-term tasks like reviewing pull requests. You can work with environments from anywhere using either Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio IDE (in private preview), or the included browser-based editor.
Visual Studio Online – Develop anywhere
Empowering Modern Development
Software developers, and the software development process, live on the bleeding edge of technological trends. We talk to developers every day, and we’ve heard that expectations for innovation continue to increase across all industries and sectors. We’ve also noted resounding feedback that the confluence of current trends demands a new breed of development tools and capabilities.
These trends include:
More and more teams are distributed remotely, or leveraging freelancers, which magnify the pain of on boarding new team members without the benefit of a local IT presence.
Open source and inner source are making collaboration more important than ever. As a result, developers are working across boundaries in many code bases, often at the same time.
Increasing computational and data workloads (e.g. Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data), powered by cloud computing, are naturally shifting development activities beyond the “standard issue development laptop”.
The explosion of cloud native development and micro services have enabled developers to use multiple languages and stacks in a single system to take advantage of each technology’s particular strengths.
Developers facing expectations for decreased time-to-market are seeking techniques and technologies to help them collaborate more quickly and increase productivity.
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