Hi, I am Weidong Huang, an SDET on the VC++ library team. I joined MS six months ago and have had a wonderful experience so far. In this post, I would like to talk about a new feature of Orcas, the Marshaling Library,
The Community Technology Preview of the Visual Studio Express “Orcas” product is available for download now. Try out the CTP for the Visual C++ “Orcas” Express Edition and let us know your feedback. You can use the VC++ Orcas Forums to discuss relates issues.
Hello, my name is Richard Russo. I’m the newest member of the Visual C++ compiler front-end developer team, having started in January. I’m not new to MS though as I spent the last three years working on Windows Vista. I’m excited to be on the front-end team because compiler development has been a hobby of mine for a few years.
Our Channel 9 season continues, this time with a video featuring Ale Contenti, Senior Development Lead on the VC++ libraries team. Much of Ale’s recent work has been on the Safe Libraries (for example, the Safe CRT). Here Ale talks about making the STL safer and goes deep explaining how checked and unchecked iterators work internally and how they are used in our STL library functions.
My name is Bogdan Mihalcea; I’m a developer in the Visual C++ IDE team. In the course of the last few months we have updated the Resource Editor to support new Windows Vista features and guidelines.
We concentrated our efforts around the Dialog Editor,
To allow customers to evaluate and plan for our upcoming “Visual Studio Orcas” release (and to highlight exactly what we have accomplished), we are sharing our Orcas Feature Specifications as soon as features make it out the door – either via a Community Technology Preview (CTP) or,
Hi, I’m Marina Polishchuk, an SDET on the VC++ Compiler Front End team. Recently, I have been working on investigating Orcas test pass results, which involves validating and reproducing the results, researching into causes of failures, and filing bugs when appropriate.