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Introducing Damien Watkins

Hello My name is Damien Watkins and I am one of the newest members of the Visual C++ team, having been here for just one month. To understand how I fit into the team here, I’m a program manager reporting to Steve Teixeira and will be involved in coordinating activities between our group and the academic community. I am not new to ...
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C++ Debugger Tips

Hi, my name is Sergey Grankin and I'm a developer on the VC++ IDE Team.  I mostly work on the C++ debugger expression evaluators -- the code responsible for the magic behind the debugger watch windows.  Visual Studio's (native) C++ debugger has many useful features that can make your debugging much more pleasant, if ...
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Libraries work in Orcas

Hi! My name is Ale Contenti. I'm a developer on the Visual C++ Libraries Team. I work on the CRT (C Run Time, i.e. strcpy() and printf(), like I always explain to my friends), SCL (Standard C++ Library, i.e. STL and streams), ATL and MFC. I also happen to work for Martyn, which blogged here a few weeks ago.   So, if you read Martyn's ...
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VC++ Compiler Front-End Testing

Hi, my name is Liu Xiong. I am the test lead for the Microsoft Visual C++ Front End QA team. Our passion is shipping the greatest C++ compiler to our customers. We are a very customer oriented team. The big challenge for us is protecting our C++ users from compiler breaking changes, while we also need ship the compiler with COOL new features ...

UI Testing Concerns

The Visual C++ Integrated Development Environment (IDE) includes an assortment of features including the VC++ Project System, Browsing and Intellisense, the debugger, Resource Editor, code and project wizards, and more.  These features are expressed in the product to the user through the UI and/or backend engine level components.  In...
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What has the VC++ Team Been Doing since VS 2005 Shipped?

Hi! My name is Shaun Miller and I’m the test lead for the Visual C++ Release and IDE quality assurance teams. I’ve been around Microsoft for the last 10 years and Visual C++ has been a big part of my experience here.We’ve been very busy on the Visual C++ team since we shipped VS 2005. Here are some of the activities that we&...
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How do we test our libraries?

Hi, my name is Jeff Peil and I’m the QA lead on the VC++ libraries team.  Today I wanted to talk a little bit about how we test our libraries.  One of the biggest challenges with libraries is that we don’t just ship them to our customers directly, but that code gets included in the applications that are built using our ...
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Tech Ed 2006

Boris Jabes – a program manager on the Visual C++ IDE team – has posted impressions of Tech Ed 2006 on his blog.  He shares insights into what went on at the conference and the issues customers brought up.  Check it out here.Thanks,The Visual C++ Team...
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Visual C++ Compiler Plans

Hi: my name is Jonathan Caves and I’m a developer on the Visual C++ Compiler Team. I thought I'd take a few moments to let you know about the plans our team has for the next release of Visual C++. After the last release of Visual C++ we took a long, hard look at the compiler source base and decided we needed to take the ...

Information on VC2005 SP1

Hi, my name is Leslie Giblett and I’m a Release Manager on the Visual C++ team.  As a Release Manager, I am responsible for insuring that the VC++ team releases a high quality product that tracks to our planned schedules. I work closely with our Management, Development and Quality Assurance teams to drive bug fixes and I work with ...