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Recruiting event: Microsoft TechFest ’07 – Southern California

Happy New Year! My name is Li Shao. I am a Software Design Engineer in Test in the Visual C++ IDE team.  In this blog entry, I would like to share with you some information about the recruiting event that I attended last fall. About 3 month ago, I attended Microsoft TechFest ’07 held in three Southern California Universities: ...
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Channel 9: Arjun Bijanki: Making Sense of VC Intellisense

Hello Our latest Channel 9 video has just been released. This video features Arjun Bijanki, one of our senior developers in test. Arjun works on the C++ Front End and his duties involve testing, amongst other functionality, our Intellisense engine. In this video Arjun talks about our current Intellisense architecture, how we test it and ...
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Q&A on our TR1 implementation

Hello.  My name is Stephan and I’m a developer on the Visual C++ libraries team.  As the Visual Studio 2008 Feature Pack Beta (available for download here with documentation available here) contains an implementation of TR1, I thought I’d answer some common questions about this technology. Q. What version of Visual C...
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MFC Beta Now Available

A beta version of a major MFC/TR1 feature pack is now available for download. Please note that this feature pack is only supported on systems which have the English language (ENU) version of Visual Studio Team System 2008 Team Suite or Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition installed.These components allow developers to create ...
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Channel 9: George Mileka and Ben Anderson – Everything you wanted to know about VC++ deployment but were afraid to ask

HelloCharles Torre of Channel 9 recently got together with George Mileka (Libraries Dev VC++) and Ben Anderson (Libraries QA VC++) to discuss the issues around deploying the Visual C++ libraries onto customer machines.  They discussed many important facets, such as the current set of options, when they should be used, the caveats around ...
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