Microsoft Releases the New Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio

Microsoft announced the availability of its Bing Developer Assistant for Visual Studio, an extension that brings together the Visual Studio Sample Browser and Bing Code Search extensions to enable developers to find and reuse millions of code snippets. The extension also enables users to find and reuse code sample projects from across the coding community, including the Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN), StackOverflow, Dotnetperls, and CSharp411 – all from within the Visual Studio IDE. Continue reading this story here at eWeek.com.



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