Welcome back to In the Community, our continuing series focusing on members of the C++ and developer community. This week, meet David Cravey, I cut my teeth on programming in BASIC (GW-BASIC/QBasic), but eventually wanted a language that could let me do more.
The C++ REST SDK (codename “Casablanca”) has officially been released as an open source project on CodePlex (http://casablanca.codeplex.com). We first announced Casablanca as an incubation project on Microsoft’s DevLabs back in April of 2012. Since then we have had several releases and have seen library quickly evolve.
Last time, I wrote a C++ program to count words in text files. This time, write some code to calculate the motion of an object as an excuse to create a class, use function pointers and mess with some new containers.
Welcome to In the Community. This week, meet Tom Serface, C++ MVP and longtime Visual C++ user. I have been using VC++ with MFC since it first came out circa 1993 and I saw it demonstrated at a local Software Development show.
Last year, I decided I finally wanted to take the plunge into DirectX development. I’d done a little bit of OpenGL programming several years ago, but no graphics development since then. I bought a few DirectX books, worked through several online tutorials,
In the Community spotlights members of the C++ / developer community. This week, meet PJ Naughter, a C++ MVP and prolific C++ developer. Take it away, PJ… PJ has been a C++ MVP since 2007. In his spare time, he runs a personal web site at http://www.naughter.com where he publishes open source software and source code of use to Windows C++ developers.
Part 8 of my third video lecture series (covering the C++ Core Language) is now available. In this part, I covered several topics: why I avoid do-while loops, how C and C++ casts behave and why they’re dangerous, what the One Definition Rule is and how to follow it,
In the Community is a regular series spotlighting members of the C++ / developer community. This week, meet Nish, a C++ MVP, author and long-time developer. Nish has been writing code since 1990 when he first got his hands on an 8088 with 640 KB RAM.
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