The Visual Software Developers are Getting paid.
According to a recent analysis by Visual Intelligence, Visual Studio has become a critical tool in the creation of high quality, high-quality video games, as well as the visual storytelling that makes them so great.
“As an industry, we’ve got to take this seriously,” said Jason Pargament, CEO of Visual Intelligence.
“We’re doing a fantastic job in this area and I can’t say enough good things about Visual Studio.”
The company is currently in the process of building a new Visual Studio product line.
“Visual Intelligence has long been a leader in the industry in the areas of the development of video games and visual storytelling, and we are excited to be joining them in bringing Visual Studio to the world,” said Matt Wilson, president of Microsoft Studios.
“In addition to a rich library of tools for creating and publishing high-end video games for Windows, Xbox and PC, Visual Intelligence is also well known for its powerful visual tools, like Visual Studio’s beautiful, scalable, and scalable editor.”
Microsoft and Visual Intelligence will work together to bring Visual Studio for Windows 10 to the market in the next few years.
The new Visual Development Platform for Windows (SDP) will allow Visual Studio developers to build games, apps, and games for Visual Studio on Windows.
It will also provide the tools needed for building and publishing interactive experiences using the Visual Studio runtime.
“When we created Visual Studio, it was built on the premise that developers are a resourceful bunch,” said Pargent.
“Today, we are working with a diverse group of partners to provide a powerful and accessible set of tools that can help us build amazing games, interactively and from the comfort of our desks.”
The Visual Development Toolkit for Visual C++ is a free software license for the Visual C/C++ runtime and will be available for download this fall.
The SDK is a collection of plug-ins, utilities, and APIs that provide powerful development capabilities for C++, Java, and C#.
For more information on the Visual Development Tools for Visual Development, visit the Visual Intelligence website.