The Spring 2020 Roadmap for Visual Studio published

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The Visual Studio roadmap has been updated to provide a peek into the work planned for Visual Studio through June 2020. It captures significant capabilities that we plan to add, but it's not a comprehensive feature list. Our goal is to clarify what's coming so you can plan for upgrades and provide feedback on which features would make Visual Studio a more productive development environment for you and your team. Our roadmap is driven largely by what we learn through ongoing customer research, as well as the feedback we get via our Developer Community portal. These features and time frames represent our current plans but may change based on what we learn. If there are features that are particularly important to you, please be sure to vote and comment on the features in the Developer Community portal. We often get feedback on the importance of an up-to-date roadmap for Visual Studio. We aim to publish updates more frequently going forward and we’re putting processes in place to make that happen. In that light, we’d highly appreciate if you would take a brief survey to let us know how to best handle the roadmap going forward.

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