Augustin Popa

Product Manager, Microsoft C++ Team

Product manager on the Microsoft C++ team, currently working on vcpkg and Visual Studio setup.

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C++ Unit Testing Updates: Announcing Boost.Test Adapter and Improved Google Test Support

Back in May, the C++ team announced the Test Adapter for Google Test – a Visual Studio extension that allows you to run and manage your Google Test-based unit tests directly in Visual Studio. You can do this using the Test Explorer window, and, if you’re a Visual Studio Enterprise user, you can run a code coverage analysis to check for ...
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Unit Testing and the Future: Announcing the Test Adapter for Google Test

The Visual C++ team is always looking for ways to improve the Visual Studio experience for C++ developers, regardless of their preferred development workflow. This time the focus is on unit testing. While Visual Studio has shipped with a native C++ test framework for a number of releases along with testing tools in the IDE, we recognize that ...
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C++ Code Editing and Navigation in Visual Studio

Visual Studio comes packed with a set of productivity tools to make it easy for C++ developers to read, edit, and navigate through their code. In this blog post we will dive into these features and go over what they do. This post is part of a series aimed at new users to Visual Studio. This blog post goes over the following concepts...

C++ Unit Testing in Visual Studio

Testing is an increasingly important part of a software development workflow. In many cases, it is insufficient to test a program simply by running it and trying it out – as the scope of the project gets more involved, it becomes increasingly necessary to be able to test individual components of the code on a structured basis. If you’re a ...

Find All References re-designed for larger searches

Visual Studio 2017 comes packed with several major changes to the core developer productivity experience. It is our goal to maximize your efficiency as you develop applications, and this requires us to constantly refine our features and improve on them over time. For Visual Studio 2017, we wanted to improve code navigation, particularly for ...

Introducing Go To, the successor to Navigate To

Visual Studio 2017 comes packed with several major changes to the core developer productivity experience. It is our goal to maximize your efficiency as you develop applications, and this requires us to constantly refine our features and improve on them over time. For Visual Studio 2017, we wanted to improve code navigation, particularly for ...

C++ IntelliSense Improvements – Predictive IntelliSense & Filtering

IntelliSense is one of the most commonly used features in Visual Studio. With it, developers can write code more efficiently and learn more about their codebase at the same time. In a sense, IntelliSense is both a guide and a productivity feature. We understand the importance of having a powerful IntelliSense system which displays highly ...

C++ Unit Testing Survey (Summer 2016)

Hi everyone! The Visual Studio C++ team is conducting a survey to learn more about your C++ unit testing experiences. We'll use the feedback to make improvements to Visual Studio in the future. The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete. Take the C++ unit testing survey Thanks for your feedback! Cheers, Augustin Popa ...

Announcing Visual C++ Build Tools 2015 – standalone C++ tools for build environments

⏱ Updated on June 4, 2018: The 2015 MSVC compilers & libraries (v140 toolset) is now available as part of the Visual Studio 2017 Build Tools (download here). For more info, check out our more recent VS 2017 Build Tools announcement. We're are providing new way of acquiring the C++ tools: as a standalone installer that only lays down ...
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