Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2015 have been released.
Microsoft claims Windows 10 as the best OS yet and Visual Studio 2015 has been enriched with ability to work on desktop, mobile (Windows, Android, and iOS), web and cloud applications and services. (It’s pretty sweet that there is a free Visual Studio Community version too!)
Here are some resources you’ll need to get started:
- Download all the developer tools (Visual Studio 2015), learn more about the features, and access the documentation
- Find out what’s new for developers in Windows 10
- Get started with Windows 10 using Microsoft Virtual Academy (MVA) courses
- Learn about the Top 10 Windows 10 features from Channel9
Once you have the tools and gears in place, have fun!