Hello, my name is Ben Anderson and I’m a Software Design Engineer in Test for the Visual C++ libraries team which is currently responsible for testing ATL, MFC, C Runtime, ATL Server, OpenMP and several other technologies. As I am currently assigned to QA on some of our new MFC Vista features,
The Visual C++ Release team is pleased to announce the release of Visual Studio .NET 2003 Service Pack 1. On August 15, 2006, this release became available to the public and can be downloaded or obtained on CD. Information on how to obtain the Service Pack is listed below.
Hello, my name is Jason Lucas and I’m a senior software development engineer working on the Visual C++ front-end team. I noticed there were some questions (ok, maybe one question) about getting access to our compiler’s AST and, as this is an area I’m actually working on,
My name is Damien Watkins and I am one of the newest members of the Visual C++ team, having been here for just one month. To understand how I fit into the team here, I’m a program manager reporting to Steve Teixeira and will be involved in coordinating activities between our group and the academic community.
Hi, my name is Sergey Grankin and I’m a developer on the VC++ IDE Team. I mostly work on the C++ debugger expression evaluators — the code responsible for the magic behind the debugger watch windows.
Visual Studio’s (native) C++ debugger has many useful features that can make your debugging much more pleasant,
Hi! My name is Ale Contenti. I’m a developer on the Visual C++ Libraries Team. I work on the CRT (C Run Time, i.e. strcpy() and printf(), like I always explain to my friends), SCL (Standard C++ Library, i.e. STL and streams),