It's alive! Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 4.6 are officially released this week.
David Davis of SD Times does a thorough review of the Visual Studio 2015 release.
Scott Hanselman takes a look at the roadmap for .NET Core 5. ASP.NET 5 developers should start exploring the framework now, and go live around the holidays on the operating system of your choice with ASP.NET 5 and the Core 5 CLR.
While most of the buzz has been about ASP.NET 5 and the cross-platform execution engine, MVC, Microsoft’s preferred UI and web service framework, is also seeing many changes. The most important being the unification of MVC, Web API, and Web Pages.
Visual Studio 2015 has incorporated a lot of features that you used to need ReSharper for. Thinking of ditching ReSharper altogether then? JetBrains is quick to point out there's still lots of features missing or not fully implemented in Visual Studio 2015.