Last year was a big year for Microsoft almost all across the board, and while 2016 won’t bring anything on the level of new operating system release, there’s still lots to come and it should be an exciting year. Keeping up with all the news can be challenging (hey, that’s why you’re reading WinBeta!), but at least one team has been hard at work laying out a roadmap for what’s coming up. Visual Studio Team Services and the Team Foundation Server have released this year’s roadmap of what’s upcoming, all laid out in an extensive table, detailing features under development, and then going on to list the major changes that occurred last year.
If you’re a Team Foundation Server or Visual Studio Team Services user, and are looking for Git SSH support, or Java improvements, or are just looking for dashboards and widgets improvements, they’re all on the list. Of course not every updated feature has made the list, either, so you can still expect detailed release notes with each update.
The list is meant to be a companion to the Team Services UserVoice site, where you can make suggestions and vote on possible improvements, and maybe get your own suggestion on the next Features Timeline.
Further reading: Team Foundation Server, Team Services, Visual Studio