Upcoming Microsoft Visual Studio Upgrade Empasizes Agile Focus

The upcoming update to Microsoft Visual Studio, which is being called Visual Studio vNext, will focus on agile software development and collaboration between development and operations departments. Microsoft's corporate vice president, Jason Zander, recently stated in a blog that "When we asked people what the biggest problem they faced in successfully delivering software, they identified the need for better collaboration. We know that building software takes a team of people including developers, testers, architects, project planners, and more."

The upcoming update to Microsoft Visual Studio, which is being called Visual Studio vNext, will focus on agile software development and collaboration between development and operations departments.

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