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What’s New in Microsoft Teams | August 2023

Welcome to the August 2023 edition of What’s New in Teams! Following a month of great announcements from Microsoft Inspire 2023, we are not slowing down by bringing you 52 new features and devices for the month of August.We have a great line-up of new ...
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Elevating Debugging with Auto-decompilation and External Sources

Visual Studio has been supporting external sources debugging and decompilation for some time now. However, with the release of Visual Studio 17.7, the debugger took a significant leap forward by introducing Auto-decompilation for .NET libraries making the external code debugging in Visual Studio much more streamlined and effortless.
The post Elevating Debugging with Auto-decompilation and External Sources appeared first on Visual Studio Blog.
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Keep your casing with Case-preserving Find and Replace

The Visual Studio search experience is getting a new feature that allows users to find and replace text without having to worry about different casings. For example, a method parameter `catalogItemId` and object property `CatalogItemId` have the same name but different capitalization but should both be replaced by something like ‘productId’ with their respective casings. 
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What’s new in Microsoft Shifts Notifications

In response to valuable feedback from our customers, we embarked on a mission to significantly improve the way notifications are handled within our system. Our users highlighted concerns regarding noisy and irrelevant notifications that lacked the nece...
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Visual Studio for Mac Retirement Announcement

Today we are announcing the retirement of the Visual Studio for Mac IDE. Visual Studio for Mac 17.6 will continue to be supported for another 12 months, until August 31st, 2024, with servicing updates for security issues and updated platforms from Apple.
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Introducing Azure Artifacts support for Rust Crates

Rust is earning its place as a go-to language for developers everywhere. Why? It’s fast, it’s safe, and the community around it is supportive and hands-on. With clear guides and a collective push to help each other out, Rust feels less like just another tool and more like a reliable coding partner for modern programming challenges.
The post Introducing Azure Artifacts support for Rust Crates appeared first on Azure DevOps Blog.
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August patches for Azure DevOps Server

This month, we are releasing fixes that impact our self-hosted product, Azure DevOps Server.

The following versions of the products have been patched. Check out the links for each version for more details.
Azure DevOps Server 2022.0.1
Azure DevOps Server 2020.1.2
Azure DevOps Server 2020.0.2
Azure DevOps Server 2019.1.2
Azure DevOps Server 2019.0.1
Azure DevOps Server 2022.0.1 Patch 2

Update: If you have Azure DevOps 2022 and installed Patch 4,
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The next wave of Copilot in Microsoft Teams

From the time Microsoft Teams was launched in 2017, we've always had a unique point of view - that communication and collaboration should be seamlessly integrated into a unified experience. From scheduled meetings, to calls, chats, document collaborati...
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