Ensure your code is up-to-par by performing a unit test, verifying your code works as expected using a small piece of code that exercises a focused area of functionality. You can perform unit testing using Visual Studio 2015. Join Walt Ritscher as he guides you through the process of creating and running unit tests.
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Learn how to find, install, and use the most helpful Visual Studio extensions, and leverage external tools and templates to speed up your development workflow.
Learn how to use the most popular Windows package management tools— NuGet, Chocolatey, Boxstarter, and OneGet—to install, update, and manage the packages you use in your applications.
Learn how to choose the right project type for your Visual Studio 2015 project.
Learn how to find and resolve the bugs in your code with the powerful debugging tools in Visual Studio 2015.
Learn how to configure Visual Studio's code editor to suit your programming workflow. Find out how to format code, track changes, use snippets, and more.
Survey the programming languages available in Visual Studio 2015, including C#, Visual Basic, C++, and F#.
Find out how to create and manage projects and solutions in Visual Studio 2015.
Learn how to customize the IDE in Visual Studio 2015 to suit your workflow.
Get a comprehensive overview of Visual Studio 2015, including tools such as Team Foundation Server, Azure, and Blend.
Get comfortable in Visual Studio, the full-featured app development environment from Microsoft, and learn how to create a variety of projects, from websites to rich Internet applications.
Teaches developers how to build a variety of applications in Silverlight, with particular focus on building compelling business applications and delivering premium video and audio content.
Demonstrates how to develop full-featured applications using Visual Studio 2010.
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