Community Edition of Visual Studio announced, free, allows extensions


One of the biggest gripes that the development community has had in the past with Visual Studio, is the fact that you needed a paid (premium, pro, ultimate) version to run extensions. Considering the fact that I use UnityVS, Resharper, and Visual Assist X every day, I feel your pain. Today at Connect(), Microsoft announced…

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