Hi, I’m Andy Rich, and I’m a Software Development Engineer in Test on the Visual C++ Compiler Front End. My testing focus during the Orcas product cycle thus far has been compiler conformance. Implementing a conformance feature usually breaks down into two categories: positive and negative conformance.
Hi, I’m George Mileka and I work on the Visual C++ libraries team. My team owns the CRT, ATL, MFC and STL… One subject I have always been interested in is the startup code and initialization. The subject got even more challenging as we started supporting mixing native and managed code in our binaries.
You can now discuss Viscual C++ Orcas releated issues on the Orcas MSDN Forums. The Visual Studio Code Name “Orcas” September 2006 CTP is now available so download this release to see what features are beginning to come online. The Visual C++ team will be monitoring this forum and we’re looking forward to your questions and comments.
Hello everyone, my name is Jamie Eckman. I am a Software Design Engineer in Test (or SDET, for short) on the Visual C++ Libraries team, and have been for the last two and a half years. Usually I’m in charge of testing ATL Server and our new STL/CLR library,
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