The Visual C++ team is hosting a summit with ISVs in the San Jose / Bay Area next week. We have two full days packed with sessions centered on native code. Attendees will learn how Visual C++ 2008 provides a powerful and flexible development environment for creating Microsoft Windows–based applications.
Hi, my name is Boris Jabes. I’ve been working on the C++ team for over 4 years now (you may have come across my blog, which has gone stale…). Over the past couple of years, the bulk of my time has been spent on re-designing our IDE infrastructure so that we may provide rich functionality for massive code bases.
As Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1was being released, Charles Torre from Channel 9 came over to the Visual C++ team to talk about some of our new features. On this visit he spoke with Stephan T. Lavavej and myself about our VS2010 STL implementation.
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 is now available for download. I’ve recently blogged about how Visual C++ in VS 2010 Beta 1, which I refer to as VC10 Beta 1, contains compiler support for five C++0x core language features: lambdas, auto,
Hello, my name is Xiang Fan and I am a developer on the C++ Shanghai team.
Today I’d like to talk about two linker options related to security: /DYNAMICBASE and /NXCOMPAT.
These two options are introduced in VS2005, and target to improve the overall security of native applications.
Though the Windows 7 RC SDK was released about 2 weeks before Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1, it was not possible to incorporate that release into VS 2010 Beta 1. As a result, the Windows SDK components that ship as part of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 are the Windows 7 Beta SDK versions.
Hi, my name is Jianhua Li, and I am a VC++ IDE QA. Today I am going to talk about VC++ IDE / Design Time stress testing.
What is stress testing?
Design Time Stress (DTS) is part of a broader set of reliability quality criteria focused on measuring an application’s robustness,