Hello, I am Mohammad Usman, a Software Design Engineer in Test on the Visual C++ Libraries team. I recently joined the team. In VS 2008 SP1, we invested heavily in our Standard Template Library (STL) implementation by adding TR1 extensions such as shared_ptr,
Bogdan Mihalcea is a developer on the Visual C++ team. During the development of Visual Studio 2010 he has been feverously working on converting our build system to target MS Build as the build infrastructure for Visual C++ 2010 Solutions/Projects. There are many reasons motivating this changeover.
David LeBlanc and Michael Howard literally wrote the book on “Writing Secure Code”. David has also developed the SafeInt class, a template class that performs “checked” operations on integer types (with a name like SafeInt what else would you expect). In VS2010 we decided to ship the SafeInt class in the box,
My name is Raman Sharma and I am a PM on the VC++ IDE team. I want to talk about a new feature called Call Hierarchy in Visual Studio 10. As the name suggests, it is used for navigating all functions called from within a particular function and all functions that make calls to a particular function.
The VS Project team, part of Platform team, own the C# and VB project systems brought their expertise to the table along with the VC++ team to give you an extensible and much more powerful project system. The team maintains a blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/vsproject/ where we will blog about project system topics in much more detail.
My name is Bogdan Mihalcea and I’m a developer on the C++ Project & Build team. In the last 2 years I worked on a new C++ project system build on top MSBuild.
I’m writing this blog to share some excellent news related to improvements we made to the performance of project conversion since the Beta1 build.
Thanks to a recent VC Blog post by Hongwei Qi, you already know that we have worked on our /GS switch for VS2010. You can already try it out with the VS2010 Beta 1 too. Recently Charles Torre from Channel 9 stopped by and spoke with one of our Channel 9 regular speakers Louis Lafreniere about this work.
Hello, I’m Mitchell Slep, a developer on the Visual C++ compiler team. I’m very excited to tell you about a new feature in Visual Studio 2010 – C++ IntelliSense can now display compiler-quality syntax and semantic errors as you browse and edit your code!