On the same day Mozilla released its first Firefox Developer Network, Microsoft released its Developer Tools Network.
Mozilla’s network of developers has been a source of controversy, with some arguing that the developers have been overly focused on the browser’s development, while others argue that the Mozilla developer network has become more focused on supporting its software and hardware partners.
Microsoft’s new network of developer tools will allow companies to create a dashboard that allows developers to track their workflows, including the progress of new features.
The dashboard is also an important part of Microsoft’s efforts to make developers more efficient, with a dashboard giving developers a way to share their code and collaborate with their peers.
Microsoft also announced that Microsoft Developer Tools will be available for developers on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Microsoft will also be releasing a new developer tools dashboard that includes a tool to visualize developer workflow, as well as a new set of tools for managing code repositories.
Developers can also access this dashboard through Microsoft’s Visual Studio Marketplace.