This post was originally published at Visual Studio 2017 roadmap now available

With the release of Visual Studio 2017, we moved to a release schedule that delivers new features and fixes to you faster. With this faster iteration, we heard you would like more visibility into what’s coming. So, we’ve now published the Visual Studio Roadmap. The roadmap lists some of the more notable upcoming features and improvements but is not a complete list of all that is coming to Visual Studio.

When you look at the roadmap, you’ll see that we grouped items by quarter. Since every quarter includes several minor and servicing releases, the actual delivery of a feature could happen any time during the quarter. As we release these features and improvements, we’ll update the roadmap to indicate the release in which they are first available. The roadmap also includes suggestions from all of you, which are linked to the community feedback source.

Please let us know what you think about the roadmap in the comments, as our primary goal is to make it as useful as we can to you. We will be refreshing the document every quarter – with the next update coming around July. Stay tuned!

Thanks,

John

image John Montgomery, Director of Program Management for Visual Studio
@JohnMont

John is responsible for product design and customer success for all of Visual Studio, C++, C#, VB, JavaScript, and .NET. John has been at Microsoft for 17 years, working in developer technologies the whole time.

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This post was originally published at Visual Studio 2017 roadmap now available