Last week on March 7, Microsoft officially launched Visual Studio 2017 and the Visual Studio User Group (VISUG) in Belgium organized a livestream event to watch the keynote together at the local Microsoft office in Belgium.
After the keynote, I did an extra presentation to cover the evolution of VSTS & TFS in the last couple of months.
Ever since the VSTS Product Team has started working in 3 weeks sprints to deliver new features to the product, it has been a real eye-opener to witness how fast the product is evolving and how many new features has been introduced since the beginning of Team Foundation Service, Visual Studio Online and now the current name of the product: Visual Studio Team Services (VSTS). In this demo-heavy session we will have a quick look at some of the new interesting features that were added in the last couple of months.
My slides are available on SlideShare.