Visual Studio 2015 and the next big thing

The Visual Studio team has unveiled a preview of the next major version of the Visual Studio software, the next version of which is expected to be released later this year.

Visual Studio 15 is the latest version of Visual Studio, the open source programming language that runs on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Since it’s new to the market, Visual Studio 15 has not been as popular as the previous versions, and its release has been delayed several times.

We are excited to share the next Visual Studio release.

What are Visual Studio’s biggest improvements?

The biggest change is the way Visual Studio compiles and compiles its code.

Instead of using the Windows C++ compiler, Visual C++ 2015 runs in Visual Studio instead.

That means Visual Studio can compile code in C++ and not have to write it once in Visual C. In the past, the compiler would write C++ code once and then compile it in Visual Code.

This means that C++ projects are smaller, easier to debug, and faster to build, so it’s a win for developers.

You can also use the new Visual Studio compiler to build the new language for use in web applications, so you can get the benefits of C++ without having to write your own code.

A lot of the new features include improvements to the Visual C API, including a new language feature called C++17 features.

These are features that are designed to make C++ faster and more portable.

It also includes a new type of virtual function, virtual function template, that lets you declare an object as virtual by default.

This is a feature that makes it easier to create a new virtual function with a template instead of writing a function in the original C++.

The new C++11 standard also includes new extensions to the language.

The C++ Language Specification (C++11) has a lot of new features that should make Visual Studio better.

The new language features include support for the new C standard, C++14 and the new Standard Template Library (STL).

It’s worth noting that Visual Studio is still a relatively young language, and it still has some work to do before it can compete with the latest compilers.

But this release is a huge step forward in Visual, and we hope it will be adopted by other companies.