Improving the C++ Developer Experience in Visual Studio 2015

Harness the speed, performance and portability of modern C++ with the power of Visual Studio 2015 Update 2. This release includes remote debugging on Linux devices, additional support for targeting Android and iOS (and Windows), a state of the art C++ coding experience, faster builds, support for modern C++ and all the power of the Visual Studio.

The release corresponded with Build 2016.

Build 2016

For those who missed sessions online or at the event (or want to relive the moment), you can binge-watch over on Channel 9. C++ developers might want to include these gems:

C++ Developer Experience Improvements

In addition to Build sessions, we shared a number of examples and in-depth articles on the C++ blog:

Keep up with the latest announcements from the C++ team on the C++ blog.

Send Us Your Feedback

As always, we welcome your feedback. For problems, let us know via the Report a Problem option in Visual Studio. For suggestions, let us know through UserVoice.

Thank you.

Eric Battalio, Senior Program Manager, C++
@ebattalio (@visualc)Eric is part of the C++ team at Microsoft. He spends most days talking to developers like you to better understand the software development process and improve the experience.