Microsoft Visual Studio has long been recognized as one of the best development environments available, and Visual Studio 2019 continues that tradition with new features designed to help developers be more productive.
To make sure you’re able to take full advantage of everything Visual Studio 2019 has to offer, we’ve teamed up with Microsoft to produce a new path dedicated to Visual Studio 2019, including expert-authored courses and a Pluralsight IQ skill assessment.
What’s New in Visual Studio 2019
Designed for experienced Visual Studio users, Barry Luijbregts discusses new capabilities in rapid-fire fashion with demonstrations of each feature, so you can be up to speed in as little time possible.
Getting Started with Visual Studio 2019
Developers spend most of their day writing code in their IDE, and this course will give you a strong foundation in the essentials of Visual Studio. Kate Gregory will take you from the basics of creating and managing projects to powerful productive features like built-in refactorings and Visual Studio IntelliCode. When finished, you’ll be fully prepared to start coding your own projects with Visual Studio 2019 or to jump into one of our other courses.
Using Git for Source Control with Visual Studio 2019
Every developer needs a solid understanding of source control practices, and today, the source control system of choice is Git. Author Thomas Huber shows you how to use the capabilities of Visual Studio to perform all of your Git related operations right from the IDE. Whether it’s cloning a repository, resolving merge conflicts or managing pull requests, you will learn how Visual Studio 2019 helps you accomplish each one.
Collaborative Development with Visual Studio Live Share
Learn everything you need to know to collaborate more closely with your teammates using Visual Studio 2019’s Live Share capability. In this course, you will see Pluralsight authors Brice Wilson and Scott Allen use Live Share to pair program and debug features together. Not only do they collaborate on a .NET Core project while both using Visual Studio, but they also show how Live Share works between Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code
Debugging with Visual Studio 2019
In this course, Alex Wolf will have you debugging like a pro with features like conditional breakpoints, edit and continue and call stack views. He’ll even show how to debug remote processes and how to use features like advanced debugging. Even if you have used Visual Studio before, you will find it worth your while to level up in this critical area.
Using Code Analysis in Visual Studio 2019
Visual Studio contains a rich set of tools to help you write cleaner, more maintainable bug-free code. From using an .editorconfig file to enforce consistent coding standards across your team to using Roslyn code analyzers to detect issues in your source code, this course will show you how to get the most out of these powerful tools.
Advanced C# Debugging Using Visual Studio 2019
One of the most advanced features of Visual Studio is how to use IntelliTrace to perform time travel debugging. This course will teach you what you need to know to use this powerful feature to solve your toughest debugging problems.
Testing .NET Code with Visual Studio 2019
Testing has become a foundational practice for developers, and Visual Studio 2019 gives you the tools modern software developers need to efficiently write and run unit tests. This course will show you everything Visual Studio has to offer to help you efficiently incorporate testing as part of your development workflow.