A briefly longish tour of Visual Studio for Mac

Although I don't use Visual Studio daily anymore, I still fire it up now and again to try something out or help with a project. It's a great IDE that's had a few hiccups along the way, but has steadily gotten better. It's a powerful tool for .NET developers, and given that I currently use Atom to develop Erlang I'd give anything for an equivalent IDE. But since I use a Mac primarily, using Visual Studio means firing up Windows in a VM, which is a phenomenal way to turn a Mac into a personal space heater. So when Microsoft »