Microsoft Visual Studio Valuable Features

Dexter Baur-Schmidt
Software Development Quality Assurance Manager at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees
The feature I find most valuable is the fact that it's broad-spectrum, so it can be used for a wide variety of technologies. We are predominately .NET based and we use mostly .NET Core or .NET Framework so I can call in any immediate packages. View full review »
Cengiz Yalcin
IT Global Operations Manager at a Consumer Goods with 5,001-10,000 employees
It's a universal solution. I like that I can easily find software developers for it. I can easily find staff on Microsoft forums. Also, we have other components that are running on top of Visual Studio. I like that it is open to other platforms. Finally, there are many many resources for Microsoft Visual Studio and I can easily find support. There is a large knowledge base for it as well. View full review »
Devuser678
Developer at a tech services company
I really like the distributed software programming on the Windows platform and also we need to develop on this platform since the company's computers work with the Windows network. I like that I don't need any additional software to develop on this platform. View full review »
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Softwreng67
Software Engineer with 51-200 employees
The most valuable feature is the integration with different databases. There are many different databases that it supports. View full review »
OnyaToochukwu
CEO/Programmer at Tech Elight
The language syntax is great because it is similar to the human language, very easy to understand and to work with. View full review »
Robert Cattral
User
Support for many languages and cross-platform development makes it highly versatile. View full review »
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