In the coming days, we’ll be moving our developer blogs to a new platform with a modern, clean design and powerful features that will make it easy for you to discover and share great content. This week, you’ll see the Visual Studio, IoTDev, and Premier Developer blogs move to a new URL – while additional developer blogs will transition over the coming weeks. You’ll continue to receive all the information and news from our teams, including access to all past posts. Your RSS feeds will continue to seamlessly deliver posts and any of your bookmarked links will re-direct to the new URL location.
We’d love your feedback
Our most inspirational ideas have come from this community and we want to make sure our developer blogs are exactly what you need. Share your thoughts about the current blog design by taking our Microsoft Developer Blogs survey and tell us what you think! We would also love your suggestions for future topics that our authors could write about. Please use the survey to share what kinds of information, tutorials, or features you would like to see covered in future posts.
Frequently Asked Questions
For the most-asked questions, see the FAQ below. If you have any additional questions, ideas, or concerns that we have not addressed, please let us know by submitting feedback through the Developer Blogs FAQ page.
Will Saved/Bookmarked URLs Redirect?
Yes. All existing URLs will auto-redirect to the new site. If you discover any broken links, please report them through the FAQ feedback page.
Will My Feed Reader Still Send New Posts?
Yes, your RSS feed will continue to work through your current set-up. If you encounter any issues with your RSS feed, please report it with details about your feed reader.
Which Blogs Are Moving?
This migration involves the majority of our Microsoft developer blogs so expect to see changes to our Visual Studio, IoTDev, and Premier Developer blogs this week. The rest will be migrated in waves over the next few weeks.
We appreciate all of the feedback so far and look forward to showing you what we’ve been working on! For additional information about this blog migration, please refer to our Developer Blogs FAQ.