By now, the Microsoft Visual Studio team is well into the final months of its 2017 release cycle, but that doesn’t mean the team is leaving the stage for good.

Microsoft is set to unveil a new release schedule for the upcoming Visual Studio version that will go into effect on January 1.

The new release cycle will see Visual Studio 17 being released on January 10th, and Visual Studio 18 on January 16th.

Both releases will be built on the latest build of the software and will include a slew of new features, as well as some improvements to the way the code works.

The most notable changes include:The Visual Studio 2019 release will have an enhanced experience for developers and IT administrators, as it will include support for the new Azure Cloud Platform, which will enable developers to run cloud-based applications in Azure instead of on a dedicated server.

Microsoft has also added support for Microsoft’s Azure Platform for Mobile, which allows mobile applications to be run in a browser on a Windows Mobile device.

The Visual C++ 2017 release will add support for Visual Studio C++ 12 and C++ 14, and will also add support to Visual Studio’s new Visual Studio Compiler Collection.

The compiler collection is the most widely used tool for compiling and linking Microsoft software, and it was first released in 2018, and its first major update in 2016.

The release schedule also includes some changes for existing Visual Studio users, who will see the release of Visual Studio 15 on January 15th.

The new version of Visual Cpp will have support for .NET Framework 4.5, while Visual Studio Enterprise 2019 will also be getting a Visual C# 6 release.

While the Visual Studio release schedule is set for January, the Visual C++) 2019 release schedule will follow the same schedule as before, but will include the release on February 10th.

While the two releases are quite different, Microsoft has made it clear that they are intended for a very different audience: those who are working on Microsoft’s open-source tools.

The upcoming Visual C code will include many of the changes that were introduced with the release in 2018.

For instance, it will support new C# 5.0 features like lambdas, class inheritance, and generic types, as the compiler will no longer use virtual functions to make the code more portable.

Microsoft has also said that Visual Studio 2020 will include improvements to code completion and code formatting, as developers can now use a new code editor to edit and format their code.

Additionally, the company is releasing a number of additional features for Visual C developers, including the Visual Class Library, which Microsoft says will enable more complex code generation in a variety of areas.

This new library will allow developers to add new classes to the language, as opposed to the current code generation mechanism where all code can be created from one template file.

Microsoft’s new release will also include support to create Visual Studio extensions, which are files that can be loaded onto a developer’s computer.

The company will also release a new tool called Visual Studio Extension Builder, which enables developers to easily create Visual C extensions for Microsoft .NET applications.