Hello. I’m Ayman Shoukry, Lead Program Manager on the libraries team. From October 8th-12th, Ulzii Luvsanbat & I took part in various customer interactions in Seoul, Korea. The main target of this visit was to update the Korean developers about our team’s strategy as well as presenting the new Visual C++ 2008 features.
It is time for our next field trip – to meet customers face-to-face, to talk about “Visual Studio 2008 and Beyond” and get feedback on our plans going forward. This time Steve Teixeira and Ale Contenti will be visiting Germany right after TechEd Developers Europe.
Alvin Chardon, VC++ IDE QA member here. In thinking about ways of introducing the Visual C++ culture to our customers, I’ve decided to share a story. Around 6 months ago, the Visual C++ IDE QA Team hired its newest SDET. I was excited to hear my lead wanted me to be his mentor.
Hello. This is Dylan Birtolo, a UE writer for Visual C++. This is my first vcblog entry, but hopefully I will be more of a regular contributor. One of my most recent tasks was to incorporate the documentation for all of the new intrinsic functions that are being put into Visual Studio 2008 for VC++.
The Visual Studio Documentation Team is running a survey on VS documentation content. We know that many of you have strong feelings and innovative ideas about what we need to do to move the documentation and the documentation system forward.
Hello again, this is Ben Anderson, SDET on the Visual C++ libraries team.
One of the most common questions we get from customers on the forums and elsewhere is “My app needs the Visual C++ Libraries (CRT, ATL, MFC, OpenMP or some combination thereof) –
As part of the Visual C++ effort of introducing our new strategy to the C++ developers, Ulzii Luvsanbat and myself (Ayman Shoukry) are currently in Korea talking to the Korean developers about our strategy and the new features in Visual C++ 2008.
Soma just blogged about some of the performance improvements we’re making in Visual C++ 2008. We’ll post some details on the Visual C++ team blog when we get a chance, but for now you might want to head over to Soma’s blog and check out what we’ve been working on.